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Chief Editor — 

Brenda Lopes 
Photography Editor — 

Tom Brennan 
Sports Editor — 

Girls — //// Colford 
Sports Editor — 

Boys — Wayne Cram 
Theme & Art Editor — 

Jerolyn Ouimet 
Advertising Editor — 

Deborah Stanton 
Class Editor — 

Beth Barros 
Copy Editor — 
Albert Beninati 



What B-R Means To Me . . . 



For the 21st anniversary edition of 
Unitas, the staff polled the student body 
to find the answer to "What B-R means 
to me." This opening section of the 1982 
yearbook contains some of the answers 
we got to that question: "Being Our- 
selves," "Special People," "Growing," 
"Learning," "Friendship," "Sportsman- 
ship" . . . 






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Being Ourselves 




A SPECIAL 
PERSON 

The Class of 1982 is proud to dedi- 
cate this, the 21st Unitas, to a very 
special person, Mr. "Hank" Pearson. 

"Hank" has been at B-R ever since 
it started back in 1961. A 
Bridgewater native, he was a success- 
ful coach at Braintree High School, 
coaching varsity baseball, varsity 
football, and varsity basketball, be- 
fore returning to his home town to 
take on the head baseball position at 
B-R as well as assistant football and 
assistant baksetball duties. In addi- 
tion, he has been a dedicated teacher 
in the Biology Department. 

Mr. Pearson has been a great 
coach, teacher, and friend. He has, 
for the past 21 years, been as impor- 
tant to B-R as the roof over the build- 
ing. His teaching and coaching have 
inspired us, his jokes have amused us, 
and his friendship has encouraged us. 

B-R is a better place because of 
"Hank". "If you met him, you met 
'em all." 

Thank you and good luck, 
The 1982 Unitas Staff 





1961 



Another Hammerin' Hank! 



By Eddie Germano 




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HIS RECORD — 1962-1980 



Third Place 
Third Place 
Fourth Place 
Second Place 
Second Place 
Eighth Place 
Fifth Place 
Third Place 
Second Place 
First Place 
First Place 
First Place 
Third Place 
First Place 
Second Place 
Second Place 
First Place 
Second Place 
First Place 



South Shore League 
South Shore League 
South Shore League 
South Shore League 
South Shore League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 
Old Colony League 



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Learning 



We've learned a great deal in the 
past four years, both in and out of 
school. At B-R, we learned from ex- 
periences and teachers, from our mis- 
takes and their examples. 

Those lessons which we practiced 
finally found space in our brains. 
Each book we read, each note we cop- 
ied, added to our store of information. 
And each mistake we made wounded 
us at first, but, then, taught us not to 
err again. Fortunately, we did not 
have to learn everything through mis- 
takes, for the world would have been 
much more cruel. 

We learned outside of school as 
well. We were taught by our friends, 
television, radio, and especially by 
our parents. Our mothers and fathers 
encouraged us to succeed. They pro- 
vided examples of behavior, surprise 
at our successes, and joy at our victo- 
ries. B-R became their school as well 
as ours. We shared the experience to- 
gether. 

To all who taught us we owe 
thanks. We hope we will appy this 
great wealth of knowledge to the 
problems which we confront in the fu- 
ture. 






sportsmanship 



Throughout our high school years 
we've stood by our teams and cheered 
them on to victory. More importantly, 
we stood by them in defeat, encourag- 
ing them to continue and to look to 
future challenges with hope and opti- 
mism. We hail our champions for 
their accomplishments and console 
those who have met with disappoint- 
ment. 





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Friendship 

B-R has brought us together as stu- 
dents, teachers, coaches, and as 
friends. We've found friends to share 
lunch with, to sit with in class, and to 
compete with. 





efore I met you, I was lonely, 
I was lost, I was depressed, I cried. 
Now I can be happy, I can smile. 
Now I can care for someone. 
Now I have someone to share my 

thoughts with. 
I have found a beautiful person that 

really knows me. 
You know when I'm bummed out. 
I know I can come to you and be 

cheered up. 
I've shared so much of my life with 

you already. 
You understand my feelings and of- 
ten we feel the same. 
I can trust you and even depend on 

you. 
Now that I've met you, I look forward 

to facing each day. 
Since you make each day brighter. 






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Growing 



Growing stronger, growing taller, 
growing mentally, and growing phys- 
ically, the student body has grown to- 
gether. The years passed and we 
changed, but to one another we ap- 
peared to stay the same. We have 
grown accustomed to those gradual 
changes which have reformed our ap- 
pearances. Now those pictures of our 
friends as little children seem strange 
and unrecognizable. 





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Living 



In our free time without a responsi- 
bility in our minds, we live life to the 
fullest. The joys we share in our hours 
of leisure. Our zany stunts which have 
proved our lunacy are all done for the 
sake of brightening up the normal day 
to day routine. The last bell of Friday 
signals the time to forget our anxi- 
eties and enjoy a weekend of excite- 
ment. 




Our 21st Year 



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The 1982 Unitas staff feels privi- 
leged to be able to congratulate B-R 
on its twenty-first anniversary year. 
Our school has gained local and state- 
wide recognition for both our curricu- 
lar and extra-curricular activities. 

B-R has sent its graduates on to 
some of the finest colleges in the 
country. The fact that it continues to 
do so is a testimony to the faculty, to 
the administration, and to the student 
body, 

For twenty-one years this school 
has enthusiastically received the 
freshmen of two towns, educated 
them well, and changed their lives 
dramatically for the better. Few 
schools in our knowing have done so 
fine a job. The "founding fathers" did 
well. They designed a school for peo- 
ple: based on the idea of treating stu- 
dents as j^eople. 

We have done well for twenty-one 
years. Let us continue. Happy Anni- 
versary, The Yearbook Staff. 




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Administration — School Committee 




Dr. Edwin Denton 
Superintendent 



Dr. George Capernaros 
Headmaster 



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BBIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

MT PROSPECT STREET 

BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 02324 



June 6, 1982 



Dear Graduates: 

A goal has been attained. Your graduation from B-R represents 
ach ievement . Congratulations . 

The importance of education will become more evident as you 
continue to gain in knowledge and grow towards maturity. The 
process of education is critical to your survival in our complex 
world and also serves to insure the security of a free society. 

Thomas Jefferson was one of the greatest advocates of strong 
public education. He had the foresight to project the consequences 
of ignorance. Jefferson stated, "If a nation expects to be ignorant 
and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and 
never will be." 

Public education has guided you away from ignorance by 
embarking you on a journey towards understanding. Public 
education "stands for something - it does not fall for anything." 
It does not "trickle down" from an elite class to a common class. 
It simply is an opportunity for all. It is too precious to be lost 
in political retoric; protect it, cherish it, and above all give 
the gift of this opportunity to the next generation. 

B-R has been your opportunity and you are our pride. 



Sincerely, 



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Edwin Denton, D.Ed, 
Superintendent 




BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

MT. PROSPECT STREET 

BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 02324 

HIAOMASJIR 
George S Capernaros, Ph D 



March 19. 1982 

To The Class of 1982: 

As members of the 1982 graduating class, I hope that 
you view the past four years with a sense of pride and 
accomplishment , 

May you, each in your own way, achieve the goals 
you seek and may you all be blessed with fruitful and 
happy lives. 

Best wishes. 






George S. Capernaros 
Headmaster 



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Mr. Edward J. O'Donoghue 
Assistant Headmaster 



Mr. John B. Parker 
Assistant Headmaster 



Mr. George R. Powers 
Administrator of Pupil Services 




Mrs. Ellen Arabasz 



Mr. Clifford W. Bettencourt 



Mr. James B. DuPont 




Mr. Kevin Flynn 



Mr. George K. Gurley 



Mrs. Dolores A. Trautman 



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Ruth Al 
Secretary- 


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Treasurer 




Carolyn Bartlett 
Mathematics 








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Secretary 



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B-R is 



A faculty and administration which 
have led our class through four years 
of preparation for our destinies. For 
21 years the school has molded and 
reformed to change with the changing 
needs of the students and the commu- 
nities. Each year different problems 
challenged the staff. The decisions 
made by our teachers and by the ad- 
ministrators may set precedents 
which may affect the school for years. 
Their decisions became our "rules". 
Their voices guided us and main- 
tained order in our school society. 
Through Vietnam and Watergate, 
through "psychedelic" and "punk", 
B-R has prospered — a testimony to 
our teachers, our staff, our adminis- 
tration, and our continued faith in 
them. 





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Sylvia Blakeley 
I.M.C. 



Maurice Botelho 
Guidance 



Jon Bradley 
Industrial Arts 



Robert Brogna 
Special Education 




Philip Capen 
English 



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Edward Casabian 
English Dept. Head 



Manuel de Castro 
English 



Lorraine Castro 
Health Aide 



Yvonne Chadwick 
Secretary 




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Patricia Ciiilds 
Reading Lab 




Dr. 


William Coyle 


William Crane 


Foreign Language 


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David Creighton 
Business Education 



Kathleen Cribben 
Business Education 




Gerald Cunniff 
English 



Edward Cunningham 
Art Dept. Head 



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Alan Gushing 
Social Studies 



George Demers 
Work Study Supervisor 



Emiliano Diaz 
Foreign Language 



John Dillon 
Mathematics 











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Boris Dov Djerassi 
Attendance Supervisor 



Marjorie Dowd 
Secretary 



Robert Driscoll 
Physical Education 



Robert Faria 
Language Dept. Head 




Suzelle Fisher 
Mathematics 



Daniel Fishman 
Foreign Language 



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Thomas Flangheddy 
English 



Lawrence FoUoni 
Athletic Director 



Marilyn Fournier 
Nurse 



Neil Frank 
Social Studies 




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Armand Gendreau 
Social Studies Dept. Head 



Luanne Gilbert 
Mathematics 



Gordon Glenn 
Proctor 



Patricia Gotovich 
Foreign Language 




Chester Heckman 
S.L.D. Tutor 



Joan Heintz 
Math Dept. Head 



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Stanford Holmes 
Physical Education 



Anne Horr 
Guidance 



James Jackson 
English 



Now, As I was saying . . . 

Some time ago, the Regional Sound 
ran an article by Cheryl Verhoorn 
called "Do You Really Know Your 
Teachers?" We found the quiz so en- 
tertaining that we decided to revise it 
for this issue of Unitas. 

1. "Color the Maps!" 

2. "No-kaka-no!" 

3. "Just bear with me." 

4. "This is true." 

5. "Let's do some simulated Latin." 

6. "Get behind the white line!" 

7. Eighth period all next week!" 

8. "In effect ..." 

9. "Now, just relax." 

10. "I'm allergic to pencil tapping." 

(Answers on page 30) 



Thelma Karon 
S.L.D. Tutor 




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James Kelleher 
English 



Robert Kostka 
Social Studies 



Sharon Kowaleski 
Home Ec. Dept. Head 



P. Leslie Krick 
Coordinator of Music 




Rita Manganaro 
Secretary 



John Manning 
Science Dept. Head 



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Nora Mante 
English 



Kathleen Martin 
Mathematics 



Linda McGarry 
Bookeeper 



Virginia McGovern 
Proctor 

















Now, As I was saying . . . 

Well, we realise that we could have 
probably put a classic line for each 
member of B-R's staff, but how did 
you do on recognizing teachers from 
their favorite lines? Here are the an- 
swers: 

1. Mr. Harrington 

2. Mr. Sarantopoulus 

3. Mr. Sarantopoulus 

4. Mr. Moscardelli 

5. Mr. Nawlicki 

6. Mr. Harrington 

7. Mr. Krick 

8. Mr. Casabian 

9. Mr. de Castro 

10. Ms. Mantell 




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Diane McGuire 

English 



Russell Moniz 
Industrial Arts 



David Moore 
Industrial Arts 



John Morgan 
Art 




Barbara Murdock 
Proctor 



Bernice Murray 
Secretary 



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Michael Nawlicki 
Foreign Language 



Rita Nunes 
Secretary 



Wendy Oliver 
Foreign Language 



Carol Orentas 
Secretary 




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Kathleen O'Toole 
Business Education 



George Pacheco 
Physical Education 



Maureen Paparazzo 
Special Education 



Helenjean Parker 
Home Ec./Art 




John Phaneuf 
Art 



George Pimental 
I.M.C. 



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Judith Pope 
S.L.D. Tutor 



Edward Porter 
Mathematics 



Dolores Prohovich 
Secretary 



Jane Rando 
English 




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John Reilly 
Social Studies 



Deborah Robbins 
Business Education 



Dr. Sandra Robinson 
Reading Lab 



Steven Sarantopouios 
Social Studies 




Mary Ann Silva 
Guidance 



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Lorraine Simon 
Special Education 



Karen Sicurka 
Therapist 



Janet Smith 
Home Economics 



Albert Soule 
Mathematics 




B-R is 



"A chance to work together with oth- 
er people and especially the students 
and to try to do what hasn't been done 
before." — Mr. Cunningham 
"A chance to meet different people 
and a chance for different exper- 
iences. You have to have a challeng- 
ing environment with a chance to 
have fun." — Mr. Pearson 
"The place where I have spent eleven 
years working, playing, encouraged, 
discouraged, ready to quit, never 
wanting to leave; and most of these 
happen every day." — Mrs. Oliver 
"Junior Lounge: Emily's coffee, va- 
nilla thick shakes! Girls' room duty: 
'No smoking, girls!' Covering classes: 
enjoying working with the students." 
— Mrs. Murdock. 




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John Spinale 
Guidance 



Anne Sprosty 
Science 



Diana Sylvain 
Secretary 





Robert Sylvia 
Business Education 







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Elizabeth Tormey 
Coord. Comp. Services 



Dr. Richard Tsoumas 
English 



Lawrence Tufts 
Social Studies 



Paul Urban 
Science 




William Williams 
Social Studies 



James Yafrate 
Science 



Joan Yarro 
S.L.D. Tutor 



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The members of the Student-School 
Committee Advisory Board are elect- 
ed at-large by all students. They serve 
as a liason between the students and 
the School Committee. They are able 
to provide the School Committee with 
the students' point of view. 






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Kneeling: C. Robak. 
Meehan, B. Pike, J. 



D. Striggles, G. Nivica. Standing: J. Sherry, F. Basset, M. 
Ouimet. 



The Student Council last year started 
a tradition of delivering flowers on 
Valentine's Day to students and 
teachers alike. This year's sale was 
even a greater success. 

Also, every year the Student Council, 
led by its advisor, Mr. Pelczarski, 
holds an annual blood drive in con- 
junction with the American Red 
Cross. 

These two events keep the Council 
members pretty busy. For 1981-82 
the Council was led by President 
Michael Meehan, Vice-President 
Duanne Striggles, Secretary Gjon 
Nivica, and Treasurer Mark Blake- 
ley. 



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Club is a small but dedicated group, l- 
Club members sponsor a faculty [ 
"Tea" each year and help tutor stu- i 
dents. 




Left to Right: C. Smaliey, Mr. Capen (Advisor), S. Barnes, A. Smalley 



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The Nippenicket Chapter of the Na- 
tional Honor Society enjoyed a 1981- 
82 membership of twenty-two stu- 
dents under the leadership of the fol- 
lowing officers: President Albert Ben- 
inati, Vice President Neal Zonfrelli, 
Secretary Lisa Griffin, and Treasurer 
Michael Meehan. The Society's 
membership is extended to these Ju- 
niors and Seniors who have met the 
criteria of High scholarship, service, 
leadership, and character. Members 
serve the school as tutors, ushers, and 
guides. 




Kneeling: P. Schneider, J. Clifford, T. Mavor, B. Sergio, C. Montana, D. Silva. 
Standing: A. Beninati, E. Persatis, D. Burns, F. Verhoorn, M. Meehan. N. Zon- 
frelli, S, Schum, L. Griffin, B. Perry, B. Lopes, J. Sherry, S. Joaquin. 



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The Photography Club, advised by 
Miss Gregoire, involves its members 
with the techniques of taking pic- 
tures, developing film, and printing 
pictures. Members are often seen 
around school snapping pictures for 
the yearbook and the school newspa- 
per. 

An annual contest in black and white 
and color photography is held in the 
spring. The Club serves as an intro- 
duction to an interesting hobby and a 
possible career. 



Kneeling: T. Brennan. K. Smith, V. Bois, C. Kozak, C. Chadwick, D. Tansey. 
Standing: Miss Gregoire.(Advisor), A. Doherty, B. Podzon, S. Marsiiall, B. Don- 
ager, K. Davis, J. Rodriquez, J. Clifford, D. DeLutis, M. Levy, A. Wiggins. L. 
Wiggins. D. Sale. 



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The B-R Weightlifting Club contin- 
ues to be a major attraction to stu- 
dents with many taking advantage of 
the well-equipped weight room. Few 
schools are so fortunate as to have 
such a fine facility available to their 
students. The Club's early beginnings 
saw our B-R students place in the 
Mass Stale Open Powerlifting Cham- 
pionships, and this year four B-R stu- 
dents won trophies in the annual 
event sponsored by the club each 
spring. 



Kneeling: B.Caswell. A. Beninali, M. Maione. J.Oliveri, D. Demello, A. Cornwall, 
M. Morrisey. Standing: L. Politano, C. Silvia, J. Correia, Mr. B. Djerassi (Advi- 
sor), G. Pacheco, J. Nivica, T. Orenlas, K. Perry, M. Craffey, B. Perry, B. Hill. 












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The Bridgewater-Raynham Ski Club is planning an exciting season of skiing. Nine day trips and two 
overnight trips are scheduled. Over 1 50 students have expressed a desire to go skiing. 

The day trips will be on both Saturdays and Sundays so that students with jobs may participate. The day 
trips will focus on the following ski areas: Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley, and Gunstock Mountain. 
Gunstock will be our home mountain. The three-day overnight is going to be at Jay Peak in northern 
Vermont. The February vacation trip will be to Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine. 

The Ski Club will also feature cross country skiing in addition to downhill for the first time. Waterville 
Valley in particular has outstanding cross country facilities. 

The Club also hopes to encourage members to become active in an organized lesson program so as to 
improve skiing skills. 

All in all, we hope to combine fun, sport and skill development for all our members. The Club's advisors 
are Mr. Heaslip and Mr. Moscardelli. 




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OCT. 14 — Kick off Candy Sale. 


JAN. 9 Waterville Valley. 




OCT. 23 — Final Candy Sale returns. 


JAN. 14-17 — 1st overnight - 


— to Smugglers Notch 


OCT. 28 — Pick up candy orders. 


JAN. 24 — Gunstock Mt. 




NOV. 4 — Ski Club Registration. 


JAN. 31 —Gunstock Mt. 




DEC. 2 — Equipment lesson. 


FEB. 6 Gunstock Mt, 




DEC. 9 — Beginners work shop. 


FEB. 15-19 — Sugarloaf Mt. 


in Maine 


DEC. 20 1st ski trip Loon Mt. 


FEB. 27 — Gunstock Mt. 




DEC. 30 Gunstock Mt. 


MARCH 7 Loon Mt. 





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The 1982 Unitas Staff is comprised of 
students dodicated to organizing an 
effective yearbook. Under the super- 
vision of Adviser Mr. de Castro and 
Editor Brenda Lopes, the entire staff 
has worked diligently to plan the lay- 
out and contents of the 1982 Year- 
book. Our 1982 Yearbook reflects the 
spirit and livlincss of the school. The 
Uniias Staff captured this atmo- 
sphere and fixed it upon the pages. In 
:he years to come it is the staffs sin- 
cere hof)e that they have provided a 
: earbook that warrants pride and in- 
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The Bridgewater-Raynham 
Team competes in the seventeen team 
Southeastern Massachusetts Math- 
ematics League. Students on the 
team answer a series of questions in a 
specified amount of time covering the 
full range of high school math topics. 
Team scores are tabulated on the ba- 
sis of correct solutions to these ques- 
tions. The team has competed for the 
past eight years and has consistently 
done well The team has won their 
division three times. 




Kneeling: S. Saacocia, J. Sullivan, S. Cardoza, M. Constable, A. Kleinman, D. 
Silva, F. Verhoorn. Standing: S. Moyer, T. Mavor, A. Beninati, P. Moscardelli 
(Advisor), M. Meehan, K. Waterman, D. Reynolds, M. Goodhue, J. Prusaitis, C. 
Prohovich. 



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The French and Spanish Club under 
the supervision of Mr. Faria and Mr. 
Fishman, held its annual Internation- 
al Dinner in December. Throughout 
the winter, club members sold 
Gummy Bears to help to offset the 
cost of the Spring trip to Canada. Ex- 
cess profits were used to buy club 
jackets. 

The French and Spanish Club gets 
more popular every year. During the 
1981-82 school year, the club had 
more than 40 members. 




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Kneeling: L. Oulette, R. Peters, S. DeFranco, C. Buckley, D. Beane, M. Murphy. 
Standing: P. PhiUippe, C, Radiola, Mr. Chuckran (Advisor). C. Lee, L. Prusatis, A. 
Stith. , L. Prusatis. D. Boutier, L. Denton, , R. Leigh. 



A major goal of this year's Science 
Club was raising money for a scholar- 
ship through the Citizen's Scholar- 
ship Fund for a student pursuing a 
science career. The club had a field 
trip in the early spring to the New 
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Kneeling: C. Rattio, A. Mantia, B. Ohlen, L. Laverty, C. Prisco, B. Litllefield, J. 
Mattes, S. Fernandes. R. Peters, L. Midgely. Standing: G. Nivica, M. Meehan, S. 
shall. J. Pursatis, N. Mitchell, A. Doherty, L. Prusaitis. M. Horan, R. Lee, C. 
Se, G. Rebbiro, L. Prusaitis, L. Denton. M. Mahoney, K. Hathaway, N. Mantell, 
P. Rubin, J. Sherry, B. Pike, C. Heslin. 



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Club have three major interests. 
First, members are genuinely inter- 
ested in government and world af- 
fairs. Second, we are interested in 
selling M and M's to finance the var- 
ious activities and field trips taken by 
the Club. Finally, the climax of the 
year is the trip to Washington to par- 
ticipate in the North American Invi- 
tational Model United Nations. This 
year, 6 loyal seniors will be represent- 
ing the country of Venezuela in the 
Economic and Social Council. 



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The 1982 Regional Sound is enjoying a fine year with another talented writing staff. Having won the 
editorial award with the very first edition, the staff is rolling along hoping to achieve the standards of 
excellence set by previous successful years. Advised by Dr. Richard Tsoumas, the Regional serves to relate 
the students with the problems and attributes of the school. Senior Editor Al Beninati, feature editors June 
Sherry and Barry Pike, Sports Editor Shawn Schum, Literary Editor, Mary Goodhue, Outdoor Editor Todd 
Orentas, Political Editor Jill Colford, and Photography editors Jamie Clifford and Tom Brennan work to 
keep the writers busy to inform the students of what's happening around them. Whether satirical or serious, 
humorous or critical, the Regional Sound has played an important part in focusing in on the ideas of high 
school students. 




Regional Sound 

1 St Row: J. Colford, L. Sherry, T. Brennan, J. Fournier, L. Rodriques, C. Smally, S. Vacher, T. Wyman, L. Prohovitch, D. Dominique, 
M. Goodhue, J. Sherry, B. Pike. J. Clifford, 2nd Row. Dr. Tsouroas (Advisor), S, Terrian, K. Hanbly, C. Sherry, A. Beninati (Ed.), M. 
Meehan, J. Nivica, T. Orentas, K. Waterman, B. Podzon, S. Soleman, B. Estradoudakis. D. Stanton. 



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You search until 

You find it, 

The perfect seashell. 

You stare in awe 

Of its perfection — 

Smooth, colorful, shining. 

You want to grasp it, but 

Suddenly, a wave creeps up, 

Covering the sands; 

Slowly it departs. 

The shell is gone. 

But where did it go? 

You'll never know. 

Lost forever. 



WAIT 

Everyone is forced to wait. 
It must happen sooner or late. 
The only difference is what 

we anticipate. 
The arrival is always the choice 

of Fate. 
One may hope for someone's 

return 
Or just for that which they 

yearn. 
Patience is for all to learn. 
Until Fate gives each a turn. 
— By Mary Goodhue 



IT'S OUR CHOICE 

There are so many things 
on this oversized star 
for a person to do 
without travelling far 
But the world is so large 
and there's so many lands 
we all have to change 
so we'll all have a chance 
A chance at a life 
that's not sitting at home 
Knitting a sock 
or fixing a phone 
we all have our stardom 
our life and loved friends 
we take to our boredom 
as an out of style dance 
but life is too quick 
with so little time 
to do what you wish 
and to make a small dime. 
By Kelly Hambly 



1981-82 Sampler 

Clockwise from top: Cartoon by 
Chris Lipsett, "It's Our Choice" 
by Kelly Hambly, "The Sea- 
shell" and "Wait" by Mary Good- 
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The B-R Drama Club continued its 
practice of presenting interesting, 
well-acted plays. The very capable 
acting company performed the three 
act play "Outward Bound" by Sutton 
Vane for the students of the school 
and the residents of both towns. The 
play was very well received. In addi- 
tion, the B-R Drama Club entered the 
Boston Globe's Drama Festival with 
the one act play "The Little Heir". 
The Drama Club continues to prosper 
under the fine direction of Mr. Rich- 
ard Schneider who brings the touch of 
Broadway to B-R. 




..B-R DRAMA PRESENTS... 

OUTWARD BOUND 

by Sutton Vane 

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CONCERT CHOIR 

Les Krick — Conductor 

Maureen Horan — Student Conductor 

Julie Itin — Piano 



SOPRANOS 

Candace Shaw 
Kimberly Edwards 
Tracy Ghelfi 
Patricia Mosier 
Sandra Moyer 
Laura Meyer 
Leah Straffin 
Laurie Reiss 
Sandy Edgerly 



TENORS 

Mary Vacher 
Paula DiVincenzo 
Sarah Peluso 
Scott Whittier 
Joseph Harnois 
Michael Sherman 
Anne Smudin 
Dawn Shurtleff 
Susan Leal 



ALTOS 

Maureen Horan 
Cheryl Burnett 
Carol Horan 
Kelly McCarthy 
Julie Procknik 
Laurie Vespa 
Laurie Andruk 
Colleen Sherry 
Cheryl Benvissuto 
Tracy Hathaway 
Beth Michaud 

BASSES 

Todd Smith 
Daniel Vieira 
Paul Pagnini 
George Whittaker 



This year's Bridgewater-Raynham 
Regional High School Concert Choir 
is one of the finest organizations in 
the history of our school. The choir's 
repetoire consists of music that is re- 
presentative of all areas of the choral 
world. The organization frequently 
combines with the symphonic band 
and is one of the state's pioneer orga- 
nizations in this relatively new art 
form. The organization also presents 
our school's annual Broadway musi- 
cal. It plays an active role in school 
and community activities. 



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The B-R Pom Pom Squad with its 
routines patterned after the "Ranger- 
ettes" and the Radio City Music Hall 
"Rockettes", provides a colorful and 
spirited performance which greatly 
enhances our marching band's half- 
time performances. This group is one 
of the most popular performing orga- 
nizations in the school. 




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newest organizations, adds much col- 
or and pagaentry to our marching 
band's performances. Although this 
group has not yet received the recog- 
nition of some of the other groups, its 
members are to be complimented for 
the hard work and dedication which 
they display. 




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The B-R Majorette Corps is one of 
the few majorette squads still in exis- 
tence in the state today. Combining 
the difficult techniques of traditional 
. baton twirling, with and without fire, 
with the art forms of jazz and classi- 
cal dancing, our Majorette Corps pre- 
sents a routine filled with interest, 
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Music is very much a part of the life 
of every student at B-R. Some are 
content merely to listen, others, in in- 
creasing numbers, make their own 
music, and B-R is fortunate to have 
two very talented musicians on staff, 
Mr. Les Krick and Mr. Paul Peter- 
son. There are three major musical 
groups at B-R: the Marching Band, 
the Symphonic/Concert Band, and 
the Jazz Band. These three groups 
provide both B-R and the communi- 
ties with a broad range of music. The 
Bridgewater-Raynham Marching 
Band combines patterns of motion 
and music to provide entertainment 
at half-time for Trojan football. The 
group also performs at community 
parades and celebrations. 




Front row (1 to r); R. Mitchell, M. Kneeland, S. Medeiros, R. Garshick, M. Vacher, M. Kilbridge, A. Hamilton, J. Thomas, P. Rubin, 
A. D'Arruda. 2nd row: C. Monestere, L. Whittier, D. Bumilla, M. Tonry, T. Cook, M. Pittsley, K. Buckley, S. Vacher, B. Leonard, S. 
Yelland. 3rd row; C. Shaw, P. DiVincenzo, M. Kilbridge, D. Sullivan, K. Edwards, F. Verhoorn, M. Kilbridge, B. Cook, B. 
Richardson, P. Estabrook, B. Estabrook. 4th row: J. Manning, B, Deasy, J. Shirosky, D. Vierra, G. Whittaker, B. Phillips, T. 
Carringer, P. Pagnini, J. Procknik, C. Fairbanks. 



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The Bridgewater-Raynham Regional 
High School Concert Band performs 
monthly in the communities during 
the winter and spring. The music per- 
formed in these concerts is largely a 
representation of the various styles 
found in the classical repetoire. How- 
ever, music from the semi-classical as 
well as from the popular field is also 
performed. This fine organization 
now holds the AAA State Champion- 
ship for symphonic bands. 



1st row (1 to4): M. Vacher, B. Estabrook, M. Tonry, L. Whittier, M. Kneeland, P. Di Vincenzo, C. 
Shaw, J. Procknik. 2nd row: P. Pubin, S. Medeiros, K. Edwards, M. Pittsley, B. Leonard, C. 
Monestere, K. Buckley, M. Kilbridge, M. Killbridge, S. Yelland, B. Cook, A. Hamilton, R. 
Garshick. 3rd row: T. Carringer, T. Cook, B. Phillips, D. Vieira, M. Kilbridge, P. Pagini, R. 
Mitchell, B. Richardson, A. D'Arruda, D. Bumila, B. Deasy, J. Shirosky, J. Manning, S. Vacher, 
C. Monestere. 4th row: G. Whittaker, D. Sullivan, C. Fairbanks. 




Sitting (1 to r): F. Verhoorn, B. Richardson, P. Di Vincenzo, A. Hamilton, J. Procknik, M. Tonry. 
Standing: R. Cessarini, J. Manning, S. Vacher, M. Kilbridge, D. Vieira, , J. Shirosky, B. 
Phillips, P. Pagnini, K. Lipsette, B. Deasy, M. Levasseur, P. Peterson, conductor. 



The B-R Jazz Band, under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Paul Peterson, is one of 
the most popular groups in school. 
This group plays music from both the 
popular and jazz repetoires. The 
group performs at the Christmas 
Concert as well as at concerts in both 
communities and in local schools. 



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It would be nearly impossible, but 
in case you haven't noticed, those 
girls wearing the red and white plaid 
skirts and white vests on Fridays are 
not just any girls, they're the 
Bridgewater-Raynham Trojan 

Cheerleaders. Wearing those uni- 
forms you will find Sherry Blais, 
Cheryl Knowles, Jane Knowles, Lisa 
Griffin, Elise Nivica, Beth Perry, 
Heather Richie, Michele Sypher, El- 
len Querzoli, Brenda VanGiesen, and 
Mary Zutaut. 

Knowing their names is important, 
yes. Just as it's important that their 
pompoms wave jubilantly, their lips 
smile, their eyes flash, and their legs 
kick impossibly high. Everything the 
Trojan Cheerleaders do is now even 
more important since their winning of 
the U.S.C.A. National Cheerleading 
title — a reputation they must now 
uphold. But, the awards did not come 
easily. Co-Captain Beth Perry ex- 
plains: "We've worked awfully hard, 
going to camp in the summer, then 
cheering for the football team in the 
fall and the basketball team in the 
winter." The hard work and practice 
the cheerleaders have put into their 
routines have not been in vain, howev- 
er, as they appear to be the closest 
thing to Cheerleading perfection 
since the Dallas Cowgirls. Even with 
all this added attention and awards 
they have won, Co-Captain Lisa Grif- 
fin has this to say: "Nobody on the 
squad is a snob, or thinks being a 
cheerleader is anything to be conceit- 
ed about. We just all work together 
— everyone trying their best." 

We'll be looking for you on the 
sidelines, girls! Keep up the good 
work. 




1st row: B. VanGeisen, B. Perry (Co-Capl.) L. Griffin (Co-captain), M. Sypher, C. 

Knowes. 

2nd row; S. Blais, M. Zutaut, E. Nivica, H. Ritchie, E. Querzoli. J. Knowles. 




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1st row: C. Smalley, B. Avila, J. Napolitano, P. Abney, J. Sale. 
2nd row: L. Hickey, K. Reilly, S. Mastria, S. Clifford, K. Gallagher. 
3rd row: M. Norvish, K. Murray, C. Prohovich, J. Querzoli, L. Rose. 



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This year's Thanksgiving Rally look 
place on November 25th. The Seniors 
won overall. The floats were more 
ambitious than in previous years and 
the cheering was more enthusiastic. 
Skits were performed by both the 
cheerleaders and the senior members 
of the football team. In fact, team 
members were called back for an en- 






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Football — OCL Champs! 




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had lost thetr ent.re graduating offensive line. However, with Head Coach Paul Urban and his assisting CoachL Al 
Ston us and Dave Cretghton, there was a proper blend of mental discipline, intelligence, and a high eve loHntens t^^ 

Led by their tri-captains Neal Zonfrelli, Greg Gannon and Phil Schneider, the Trojans began their quest for an OCL 

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1 St Row: S. Schum, D. Murphy. M. Parris. J. Walsh, T. Mazzeo. 2nd Row: L. Politano, T. Flynn, B. Nelson, R. Chicoine, D. Burke, B. Pike. 3rd Row: 
T. Correia, M. Lynch, S. Tebou, M. Meehan, J. Locke, K. O'Neill, G. Tipping, S. Oliveri. 



The 1981 B-R Boys' Soccer team was undefeated in regular season play and made it to 
the semi-finals in state competition. This year's team continued the very successful 
tradition of soccer at B-R. Again, the Boys' team captured the O.C.L. title. 



Four members of the team made the All Star Team: Shawn Schum, Larry Politano, 
Fernando Ferreira, and Timothy Flynn. The three top scorers in the O.C.L. were 
Shawn Schum, Fernando Ferreira, and Larry Politano. Shawn Schum made the Boston 
Globe All Star Team. 

No one at B-R will ever forget the three state tournament games played late in the fall 
of 1981. And no one at B-R will ever forget the last second head ball of Don Murphy 
svhich would have tied the game with Foxboro but was deflected by a Foxboro player! 




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Girls' Soccer — Best Ever! 




1st Row: C. Malison, J. Rigo, J. Colford, M. Kilbridge, M. Callahan (Tri-Capt.), Liz May (Tri-Capl.), Traccy Bumpus (Tri-Capl.), C. Cunning- 
ham, K. Wilcox. C, Heslin. P. Callahan. 2nd Row: Coach J. Jackson, Ellen Bent, M. Dolan, L. Govoni. A. Callahan. B. Flynn, .). Paul. S. Peluso. A. 
O'Connor. C.Owens, M. Desisto. S. Reed. Assl. Coach L.Callahan. 3rd Row: K.Crowley. M.Gracia. D. Dorr. K.Scirocco. R. Murray. C. Callahan. 
D. Ellis. D. Stafford. K. Bearcc. T. Poirier. K. Smith. T. Lee. 



The 81 girls' soccer team under the 
direction of third-year coach Jim 
Jackson, successfully defended its 
OCL title. Led by tri-captains, Tra- 
cey Bumpus, Maureen Callahan, and 
Liz May, the team dominated the 
OCL while registering a perfect 10-0 
record. Aided by the presence of the 
OCL's top three scorers: Liz May, 
Tracey Bumpus, and Peggy Callahan 
— the team scored an astounding 63 
goals in ten games. The defensive 
statistics were equally impressive as 
Ihe team allowed but a single goal in 
OCL competition. Asa result, of their 
iomination, the team was well repre- 
iented on the OCL All Star Team 
3lacing six members on the first team 



and three members on the second. 
Seniors: Tracey Bumpus, Maureen 
Callahan, and Liz May, along with 
Juniors: Peggy Callahan, Chris Matt- 
son, and Jeanne Paul were the reprc- B-R 
sentatives on the first team. B-R 

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ship, the girls competed in the state B-R 
tournament for the fourth consccu- B-R 
tive year. Ceded seventh in the state, B-R 
the team defeated Lincoln-Sudbury B-R 
by the score of 1-0 in the third over- B-R 
time at home. Next, B-R travelled to B-R 
the home field of number 2 ceded 
Winchester where they lost the hard 
fought battle 2-0. The overall record 
of the team was 13 wins and 2 losses. 



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Golf — Hope For The Future! 




Firsl Row; B. Giddings, R. Smudin, C. Flynn, D. Almcda, S. Saccocia, S. Koulas, T. McGrath. 
Second Row; Coach Driscoll, B. Dcasv, D. Lech, P. Brennan, J. Burke. M. Gorman. 



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Despite outstanding play by Dave Al- 
meda and Chris Flynn, the golf team 
was winless. With twelve of the thir- 
teen players underclassmen. Coach 
Robert Driscoll looks to the future op- 
timistically. 

Due to the popularity of football and 
soccer, many fine golfers are unable 
to play. However, with the personnel 
the team now has and with some ex- 
perience, the underclassmen should 
rise to the occasion and provide 
Coach Driscoll with successful sea- 
sons in the future. 






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Girls' Field Hockey — Winning Attitude! 




Isl Row: M. Kilbridgc. C. Robak. R. Bois(Co-Capi.), C. Sicbbins (Co-Capt.). A. Levcsquc. 2nd Row: M. Rodrigues. M. Cooke, M. Kilbridgc, J. 
Qucr7oli, D. Grossman, D. Morrison, M. Norvish. 3rd Row: L. Laverly, D. PickcU, P. Mcrcadanlc. A. Morwick, M. l.cvasscur. 




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Rookie Coach Sears suffered sev- 
eral lough losses in the course of 
the 1981 season. With losses to 
Scituate, Hingham, and Plym- 
outh-Carver all by one goal there is 
certainly hope for the future. Em- 
ploying hard work and hustle. 
Coach Sears exploited the avail- 
able talent and soon seems des- 
tined to have a winning season. 



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Boys' Cross Country — An Exciting Season! 




Kneeling: B. Phillips, S. LaFlamme, M. D'Andrea. A. Tonry. G. Bent, B. Wyman, S. Wirta, D. Ninesling, A. Francis, T. Brennan. 
Standing: T. Wyman. R. Fountain. J. Sale. J. Widenfeller. J. Manning. S. O'Connor, B. Mitchell. B. Lewis. J. Olivcri. B. 
Cartwright, J. Pacheco, C. Smally. 



For the past two years one cannot talk 
about Cross Country at B-R without 
mentioning Barry Wyman. Winning 
the All-League and South Shore 
meets, Wyman won every race he 
completed. 

Seniors who helped the CC cause 
were: S. Wirtha, M. D'Andrea, and 
T. Brennan. Next year's hopefuls are: 
G. Bent, B. Louis, and S. O'Connor. 
All of these youngsters did a good job 
in the 1 98 1 season and will surely pro- 
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Girls' Cross Country — An Even Season! 




Kneeling: K. McMahon. M. Williams, A. Mavor, L. Littlefield, N. Dineen, K. Morwick, L. Mcaney, K. Urban. Standing: Coach L 
Tufts. J. Silvia, A. Gannon, J. Worcester, C. Prisco. B. Littlefield, L. Worcester. 






Despite the girls' .500 record in 1 98 1 , 
Coach Tufts had good reason to be 
proud. His team had only one senior, 
D. Jaskola, and a good many talented 
underclassmen. J. Worcester and K. 
Morwick, a junior and a sophmore, 
were both strong team members. 
With these girls returning next year, 
the Girls' C.C. Team will be fighting 
for a possible OCL Title. 




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Boys' Basketball — Trying Season! 




Kneeling: Coach Sarantopolous, S. Shawn. P. Muir, M. Blakeley, Coach Fisher. Standing: T. LaFleur, B. Wyman, M. Costa, G. Badagio, M. 
Mcehan, M. D'Andrea, M. Ncedham, P. Schneider, C. King, G. Bent, E. Lampros, S. Wirta, D. Cuff. 



Unfortunately, a slow start and 
some key injuries denied the Trojan 
boys' basketball team a legitimate 
shot at a championship season. With 
talented Iri-captains, Mark Blakeley, 
Pete Muir, and Shawn Schum, the 
team showed signs of greatness — 
when at full strength. The Trojans 
featured a strong bench including 
Mike Meehan, Barry Wyman, Phil 
Schneider, Scott Wirta, and Jeff Ba- 
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M. Williams, Coach Costa. 



The 1981-82 girls' basketball team 
had a very successful year. Under the 
leadership of co-captains Maureen 
Kilbridge and Maureen Callaghan, 
the girls were a major force in the 
OCL. With the outside shooting of 
Jill Colford and Kristen Norwick and 
the inside work by Maureen Kil- 
bridge and Beth Flynn, the team 
scored consistently well all year. The 
outstanding member of the team was 
Margaret Killbridge who was consis- 
tently the high scorer as well as an 
excellent rebounder. Despite losing 
three seniors to graduation. Coach 
Costa can look forward to another 
successful season with many return- 
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1st row: T. Williams, A. Cappielio. N. Thrasher, L. Govoni, T. 2nd row: M. Dolan, A. Callaghan, K. Peterson. S. Peluso, M. Kilbridge, J. Parker, 
Coach Sears. 



Boys' Gymnastics — Looks Promising! 



Although the 1 98 1 -82 boys' gymnas- 
tics team didn't fare that well at 
meets, team members showed a lot of 
promise for the future. Jim Revil was 
outstanding at high bar and vaulting 
while Darrin Harris and Troy Spen- 
cer looked strong in all events and es- 
pecially in the rings. Coach Mulloy 
can look forward to a strong team 
next year. 






Kneeling: T. Bumpus, J. Revil, T. Larscn, B. Kilroy. Standing: S. Almeida, B. Kelly, Coach 
Mulloy, D. Harris, D. Flaherty. 





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Girls' Gymnastics — Outstanding Performances. 




Silting; J. Sherry, N. Jones, B. VanGeisen. Kneeling: P. Phillipe, E. Bent, K. Urban, R. Peters, L. 
Semas. Standing: D. Carr. L. Sherry, J. Maclntyre, C. Sherry, K. Scoricco, L. Meyer, Coach 
Glenn. 




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The girls' gymnastics team finished 
with a 3-5 record and a 2-3 in the 
OCL league. Non-league meets con- 
sisted of meets with the Suburban 
League. Outstanding performers 
were: Senior Nancy Jones on uneven 
parallel bars and vault and Sopho- 
more Laura Sherry as an all-around 
performer. Other seniors on the team 
included Brenda VaGeisen and June 
Sherry. 





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Wrestling — OCL Champs! 



The B-R Wrestling team won its 
fourth straight OCL Championship 
this year. From the first of the season, 
the young team with many first year 
starters showed a strong desire to win. 
Working to develop both strong bo- 
dies and strong minds, the young 
grapplers with encouragement from 
seniors Neal Zonfrelli, Peter Wyman, 
Al Beninati, and Mike Grover, soon 
gained confidence and experience. In- 
spired talent and concerned coaching, 
under the leadership of Mr. Holmes, 
brought another championship to B- 






Varsity Team (L-R): B. Caswell, J. Corriea, A. Beninati, N. Zonfrelli, P. 
Wyman, M. Grover, J. Francis. 2nd row: Coach Holmes and son, J. Cannis- 
traro, J. Obin, R. Stanton, G. Pacheco, T. Wyman, D. Ritchie, T. Oliveri, P. 
Sweeney. 





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Hockey — Young Talent! 




Sitting: D. Sotera, J. Sacaramozzino, M. Barnes. 2nd row: L. Howard, S. Barnes, J. Dolan, T. Page, R. Reed, S. Sullivan, B. lafrante. 3rd row: Coach 
Pare, B. Chipman, T. Chipman, C. Flynn, D. Jamieson, G. Scaquist, B. Morrisey, Coach Crane. 



The 1981-82 B-R Hockey Team was 
composed of many young, inexperi- 
enced players who showed real poten- 
tial as the season progressed. The first 
line was composed of All-Stars who 
scored over 100 points, making it per- 
haps the top line in the league. Next 
year with many returnees, coupled 
with the two division OCL set up, B- 
R should challenge for the champion- 
ship. 




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Boys' Baseball — A Re-Building Season! 




1st Row: B. Zaverucha. L. Reagan. J. Maloof, P. Blakclcy. M. Hickcy, R. Asncs, S. Chalmers. .). Smith. 2nd Row: B. Morrisey. 
E.J. Murphy. P. Muir. G. Bent, M. Blakelcy. J. Grigas, S. Prisco, Coach J. Pierson. 



After a discouraging 6-10 1981 sea- 
son the Trojan Head Coach John 
Pearson looks to 1982 as a complete 
turn around. With returning veterans 
Steve Prisco, Jeff Smith, Pete Muir 
and Mark Blakeley, the Trojans base- 
ball team will be looking good as they 
drive for a return to normalcy and 
another OCL Title. 





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Girls' Softball — A Powerful Season! 




1st. Row: J. Colford. T. Whittemore, M. Kilbridge, K. Tonry, K. Walsh, L. Corria, K. Cross, P. Freeman. 2nd Row: K. Flaherty. M. Rodrigue, A. 
O'Conner, M. Kilbridge, Coach J. Dillon, R. Canepa, D. Soucy, J. Rego, L. Stewart. 



The 1981 Girls' Softball Team under 
the direction of first year coach John 
Dillon had a re-building season. Led 
by captains Karen Walsh and Kathy 
Tonry the girls lost many games in 
the late innings. The team is looking 
forward to a much improved season. 

Coach Dillon, returning for his sec- 
ond year, is optimistic about the com- 
ing season with many experienced 
players coming back. Those returning 
are seniors Patty Freeman, Jill Col- 
ford, Denise Soucy, Tracey Whitte- 
more, Robin Canepa and Karen 
^ Cross; and juniors JoAnne Rigo, 
I Mary Rodrigues, and Alicia O'Con- 











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Boys' Track and Field — Big Improvement} 




1st Row: R. Bonfiglioli, D. Harris, J. Soukup, S. Laffoley, A. Sullivan, J. Campbell, A. Ross (Co-Capt,), P. Wyman (Co-Capt), S. O'Connor, J. 
Boyd, J. Oliveri, M. Pina, T. Flynn, B. Podzon, K. Tolivasia. 2nd Row: M. Tonry, C. Perry, T. Brennan, L. Bresciani, M. Bumpus, A. Kane, J. Souza. 
T. Chew, D. Ninesling, K. Reordan, J. Joaquin, A.Sime, A. Beninati, D. Reynolds, L. Morgan, P. Wyman, B. Novotny (Mgr.), M. lafrati. 3rd Row: 
Coach A. Pacheco, M. Sweeney, M. Tufts, P. Schneider, G. Natvig, D. Pottier, S. Schum, W. Cram, N. Zonfrelli, S. McDermott, J. Pruyn, T. 
^ Gracia. P. Urban, S. LaFlamme, M. Costa. 



The 1981 Boys' Track and Field 
team was lead by captains Paul Wy- 
man and Glenn Ross. The team went 
5-3 which was a switch from last 
year's 1-7 record. The squad set a re- 
cord for most consecutive victories 
with five. The team had many league 
All-Stars: Paul Wyman (Pole Vault), 
Wayne Cram (Triple Jump), Tim 
Gracia (Javelin), Glenn Ross (Dis- 
cus), and the 4X 1 10 Relay Team. 
Leading the team in scoring was Paul 
Wyman with Wayne Cram and 
Glenn Ross, second and third. Paul 
Wyman tied the existing Pole Vault 
record with a vault of 13' while 
Wayne Cram set a new High Jump 
record of 6' 2'/4". 






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Girls' Track — Prospects Good! 




Ist Row: K. Urban. S. Mastria. C. Robak, J. Sale, P. Abncy. .1. Ncis. S. Zonfrclli. E. Bcni. K, Gallagher. K. Morwick. M. Kilbridgc. 2nd Row: S. La- 
Flammc, D. I.a/arus, A. Cross, K. Rilcv. H. Worcester. N. Cain. K. Murray. M. Plassc. 1-. l.ittlcfield. C. Parker, K.Solomon. H. Hogg. J. Parker. 3rd 
Row: B. Fisher, D. Dyer, 1.. Rodrique/, S. Flaherty, S. Blais, .1. Worcester, N. Robak, C. Ryan, A. Morwick, A. Natvig, L. Dodge, M. Cooke 



The Girls" Track Team, under the 
leadership of Coach Urban, did out- 
standingly well with a record of five 
wins and three losses. 

Thanks to the hard work and dedica- 
tion of J. Worcester, N. Robak, and 
A. Morwick, along with that of the 
other team members, B-R made for 
tough competition. 

Coach Urban — as well as under- 
classmen team members, will be sorry 
to see seniors K. Solomon, M. Kil- 
bridgc, C. Robak, and A. Clark leave. 




Boys' Tennis Team Looks Promising! 




1st Row; M. Betlcncourt. S. Boullicr. B. Wyman. M, D'Andrca. J. Clifford. 

2nd Row: M. Shcchan, A. Hamclton. .1. Boydcn. VI. Corrcia. S. Saccioca. Standing: Coach .1. .lackson. .1. Burke. D. Vicra. T. l.amson. .1. Junkin. M. 

Dicthclm. Coach I-. Fisher. 



Coach Larry Fisher looks to the 1 982 
season with enthusiasm. After a fair 
6-10 season the Tennis Team will 
have the needed experience for a very 
successful season. 

With seven returning lettermen, in- 
cluding B. Wyman, M. Merithew, 
and J.D. Clifford. Coach Fisher has 
good cause to look optimistically to- 
ward the upcoming season. 





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Girls' Tennis — A "Love"-ly Season! 




1st Row: L. Gori, P. Palleschi, J. Ouimet, C. Park, L. McCormack. T. Wright, D. Mitchell, K. Rosengren, B. Barros, S. Tahair, C. Chadwick. 2nd 
Row: Coach Mr. Nawlicki, C. lafrate, M. Williams, M. Constable, E. Nivida, K. Peterson, B. Flynn, F. Bassett, P. Swartz, K. McMahon, B. Vargas, 
L. Laverty, D. Silva, Coach Miss Robbins. Missing: M. MacDonald. 



The 1981 girls' tennis team finished 
the season with a final record of eight 
wins and eight losses. Singles action 
was highlighted by the performances 
of Captain Theresa Wright, and sen- 
iors Chris Park, Margaret Degen- 
hardt, and Diana Mitchell. All mem- 
bers made commendable efforts con- 
tributing to the team's success. 



1982 squad, the upcoming season 
looks promising. The team would like 
to thank Mr. Nawlicki for dedicating 
to us his time, patience, and constant 
support. 






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Freshmen — New Faces at B-R! 



The Freshman class is a very spirited 
one. They cheered louder than any 
previous freshman class to come in 
close in the cheering competition. 
They have big plans for their four 
years here at B-R, and we wish them 
luck. We hope that they will not waste 
their years here and that they will 
take full advantage of the fine educa- 
tion which B-R can provide. 





Nearest the wall: J. Wright, L. Perry, C. Bent. 2nd row: B. Querzoli, Mr. Brogna — Advisor. 




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Sophomores — Facing the Future! 




Left to right: J. Revil, K. Murray, S. Clifford, C. Prohovish, iVIr. Cunniff — advisor. 




This year's Sophomore class has been 
very active under the direction of a 
new member of our staff, Mr. Cun- 
niff. They have selected fine class 
rings and have great ideas for fund 
raisers. 




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The Junior Class, the largest class in the school, is one of 
the most spirited classes in memory. The class had a very 
successful float at the Thanksgiving Rally with the theme 
of "Drag the Bulldogs". The Prom Committee hopes to be 
the first group ever to stage a junior prom outside of the 
school. Members of the committee feel that this year's 
junior class deserves something "fancy". 
The class plans a computer dating service as its big func- 
tion. 

Awesome Juniors 



Class Officers: B. Clifford — President, A. Morwick — Vice President, 
J. Hall — Secretary, L. Littlefield — Treasurer. Advisor; B. Djerassi. 




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The 1981 Junior Prom was held on 
May 5th. The Prom was a big success 
largely due to Mr. John Dillon, Class 
Advisor, and the members of the Ju- 
nior Prom Committee. The theme of 
the Prom was "Keep on Loving You" 
— based on the song by REO Speed- 
wagon. 



Left to Right: K. Anania, B. Barros, M. Sypher (Queen), L. Rezendes, B. Sergio, and escorts. 



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Lack of student support caused the 
Miss Regional Dance to be somewhat 
of a disappointment. For those who 
did attend, music was provided by the 
group "Destiny". The main event of 
the evening was the naming of Miss 
Regional for 1981. First, Mr. Dillon 
announced the court, which consisted 
of Lorna Patterson, Lisa Rezendes, 
Michelle Sypher, and Glenys Gracia. 
Tension mounted as Mr. Dillon 
opened the envelope and announced, 
to the surprise of few, the name Lisa 
Griffen as Miss Regional for 1981. 
Lisa, co-captain of the varsity cheer- 
leaders for basketball and football as 
well as a member of the National 
Honor Society, was presented a bou- 
quet of roses by Senior Class Presi- 
dent, Al Beninati. Lisa was escorted 
by Al to her throne where Coach Ur- 
ban placed the ceremonial crown 
upon her head. The evening ended 
with the traditional spotlight dance 
where Lisa and her court danced with 
their assigned escorts. Lisa presided 
over Trojandom throughout the en- 
tire pre-Thanksgiving game festivi- 
ties, which included riding in the pa- 
rade and making a speech during the 
rally. 



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Capeway Junior Miss Pageant 



On November 22, 1981, twenty-one 
seniors representing Bridgewater- 
Raynham, East Bridgewater, and 
West Bridgewater high schools par- 
ticipated in the annual Capeway Ju- 
nior Miss Pageant. Award winners 
from B-R were Deborah Stanton, 
who received the third runner-up and 
physical fitness awards, Kim Ed- 
wards, who received the award for the 
most advertising, Kim Pagnini, who 
was awarded the prize for selling the 
most tickets, and Laura Arruda, who 
received the "Spirit of Junior Miss" 
award. Other participants from B-R 
included Paula Di Vincenzo and Tra- 
cy Ghelfi. 





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Kimberly Edwards 




Deborah Stanton 



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Senior X-mas Party 



Christmas came early to the seniors 
of B-R this past year when approxi- 
mately 100 costumed and dancing 
seniors transformed Dining Room 2 
into a warm and friendly place and 
celebrated Christmas on the eve of 
December 18th. 

Everyone rocked to the fine music 
provided by the senior class officers 
and advisors, but the highlight of the 
evening had to be the arrival of Santa 
Claus. Everyone gawked and cheered 
as Santa gathered the toys so gener- 
ously donated by the students and 
promised to distribute them to needy 
children. The senior X-mas Party has 
always been a memorable party, and 
this year's was no exception! 





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This is the year we graduate. 
To this school we'll come no more. 
This is our goal of the past 12 years. 
It is what we've waited for. 

The days were laced with fun and games. 

Along with our growing up. 

We've developed personalities. 

We've had to measure up. 

Not only with tests and teachers. 

We've had to make it with our peers. 

And now that struggle is over. 

Some feel like shedding tears. 

We're going to miss our classmates. 
The teachers' constant calls. 
We're going to miss the notes and such. 
All that we passed along the halls. 

With that diploma comes a sad thought. 
Our adolescent years are gone. 
Many memories shared and remembered. 
Now we must face reality! 

by Martha MacDonald 









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Best Looking 



Friendliest 




Mike Sweeney — Lisa Griffin 



David Pettier — Beth Perry 



Most Popular 



Class Flirt 





Greg Gannon — 



Joel Hess — Sue Morin 



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Best Dressed 



Most Intellectual 




Duanne Striggles — Tina Lee 



Frank Verhoorn — Stephanie Joaquin 



Best Personality 



Class Musician 




Matt D'Andrea — Michele Mastria 



Frank Verhoorn — Mary Vacher 



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Most Athletic 



Most Likely to Succeed 





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Quietest 

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Class Clown 




Mike Barnes — Glenys Gracia 



Scott Wirta — Paula Lima 



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Loudest 



Class Artist 




Phil Schneider — Lisa Rezendes 



Jim Lynch — Jeroiyn Ouimet 



Rowdiest 



Most Spirited 




Joel Hess — Lisa Rezendes 



Scott Wirta — Beth Perry 



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Left to right; Advisor J. Dillon, C. Knowles, B. Wyman, D. Striggles, A. Beninati, Advisor P. Capen. 




The years at B-R have brought the 
members of the senior class closer to- 
gether. Friendships have been made 
and have grown because of functions 
like the Christmas Party, the Miss 
Regional Dance, and the Junior 
Prom. This year's class functions in- 
cluded the Talent Show, the Senior 
Banquet, and the Senior Prom — the 
finale of the last act which the seniors 
played at B-R. This year's officers 
brought enthusiasm to this final year. 
Thanks go, too, to the advisors for a 
job well done. 



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For there is hope of a tree, 

if it be cut down, 
that it will sprout again, 
and that the tender branch thereof 

will not cease. 
Though the root thereof 

wax old in the earth, 
and the stock thereof 

die in the ground; 
Yet through the scent of water 

it will bud, 
and bring forth boughs 

like a plant. 

~ Job 14:7-9 

We remember Michael. We remember his smile as he 
watched and laughed with us. We see him still, "riding" 
the halls. 




Michael Cornwall 



In Memoriam In Memoriam In Memoriam In Mem 



When the blue hills grow tender, when they pull 
the twilight close with gesture beautiful, 
And shadows are their garments, and the air 
Deepens, and the wild veery is at prayer, 
Their arms strong around me; and 1 know 
That somehow I shall follow when you go 
To the still land beyond the evening star. 
Where everlasting hills and valleys are, 
And silence may not hurt us any more, 
And terror shall be past, and grief and war. 

— Grace Hazard Conkling 

We remember Christine and our memory of her was with 
us here at B-R so that she too came with us with her laugh 
and she too graduated. 




Christine O'Brien 



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There comes a time for all of us 
When we must say good-bye, 
But faith and hope and love and trust 
Can never, never die. 

Although the curtain falls at last 
Is that a cause to grieve? 
The future's fairer than the past 
If only we believe. 

Trust in God's eternal care — 
So when the Master calls 
Let's say that Life is still more 
Although the curtain Falls. 

Anon. 

We haven't forgotten Scott and what he meant to so many 
of us, his games, his laugh. He was with us here and 
■< laughed and, probably, is smiling still. 



Scott Walker 



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In Memory of 
Bruce Michael Zaverucha 



Bruce, who we hold most dear, 
Will never truly leave us . . . 

He lives on 
In the kindness he showed, 
The comfort he shared, 
And the love he brought 

Into our lives. 

Those we love. 

Are with the Lord. 

And the Lord has promised 

To be with us. 

If they are with Him, 

And He is with us. 

They cannot be far away. 



Bruce Zaverucha 



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DAWN A. ADOMAITIS: B.B. 
512 King Philip St. (R); Spanish 
Club 3, 4. Band 1 , 2, 3. Drama Club 
2, 3, 4. Ski Club. Foreigner Sept. 8 1 , 
October 9 . . . Halloween w/P-Tet 
and Jeep . . . Hardy times and good 
friends and loved ones . . . John . . . 
Rally . . . We're out . . . Thanks, 
Pals. 



DAVID JOHN ALMEDA; A! 
321 Broadway (R); Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Capt. 3, 4. '68 Ford Torino . . . Four 
Wheelin' . . . Lost in Space . . . AC/ 
DC . . . Pine St . . . Mallard Club. 



KIMBERLY ANANIA: Kimmy 
210 North St. (B); John 2/27/81 
. . . Thanks, Tami ... Jr. Prom 
Court . . . Mr. Reilly's Class . . . 
Florida . . . The G.B. . . . Take care, 
TERPSCJSL. 



JEFFREY ANDERSON: Otie 
105 Barbara Rd. (R); Diana For- 
ever! . . . Summertimes for Frisbees 
and Standish . . . J.T. with Di, 
M.T.B., D.D., and J.S. ... The Best 
. . . Zav . . . Log Cabin Dreams 
(Someday) . . . Wild Times . . . 
Friends. 




DONALD BARRY ARMFIELD: 

Don 
80 Union St. (B); Science Club, 1 , 2. 
Computer . . . No Idea . . . No Prob- 
lems . . . No Way . . . Gone . . . Bad 
influence . . . Nice ears! . . . We're 
on fire . . . Laser Beam . . . Dave . . . 
Dan . . . Mike . . . Leaves . . . DC. 



ANTONE ARRUDA: Root 
465 Church St. (R); Good times . 
Parties . . . Pine St. . . . Route 1 8 . 
5th Period . . . Trans-Aming . 
Four Wheelin' . . . Zav . . . Ms. 



LAURIE ANN ARRUDA: Rootie 
174 Temi Rd. (R); Hockey Cheer- 
leading 1, 2, 3,4. Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 
Track 1. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Hello . . . friends and many good 
times . . . Kinks . . . Geils . . . Parties 
at Joe's and "18" . . . Beach Bound 
. . . KL-LS . . . Clubs — Hey Viv- 
ian! . . .Go Wild . . . Jr. Miss. . .Jr. 



JEFFREY BADEJO: Baday 
388 Center St. (R); Baseball 1, 4. 
Football 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3,4. 
Zoom's Class . . . Olds . . . Parties 
... TDWMI ... GBWMI ... 
FRPR ... CBZ ... RHWTC ... 
Crusin . . . Crystals . . . Sports . . . 
DM ... TFIWI ... AC/DC ... 
Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . Gam- 



Prom . . . M-Y. 
. . . Lvy, M/D. 



Bruce . . . BBB-R bling. 



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MICHAEL BARNES 

88 Ruth Ellen Road (R). Ice Hock- 
ey 1,2, 3, 4. Co-Capt 4. Soccer 2. 
Student Council 4. REGIONAL 
SOUND 4. #16 ... Central All- 
Star — HNIB, 1981 ... The Test- 
able Connection . . . Cheap Points 
... 17/10/27... 8/9/17... Sweet 
Feet . . . V-660, M-750-Potential 
. . . Payne! Matignon? Thank you, 
MDNTSDN. 



BETH ANNE BARROS 
74 Warren St. (R); Tennis 1-4. UN- 
ITAS 4, Class Editor. 1981 Mass 
Girls State. Jr. Prom Comm. Jr. 
Prom Court. Mark . . . ILY . . . 
Someday Kiddo? . . . The Girls . . . 
CCBLMMKOSG . . . Miss ya, L.P! 
. . . Squeens . . . M and Ms. with 
Bren . . . We're there! Somewhere 
over the rainbow . . . Miss Piggy . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad and Markie. 



DONNA L. BARTER: Dee 

253 Cross St. (B); Journey . . . 
Starrs Pits . . . Artie's . . . LYB . . . 
Matt ... Let the Good Times Roll 
. . . JUJU and LOC . . . Rainbows 
. . . MICH . . . Summer Nights . . . 
Norton . . . Thanks, Jackie and 
Mom and Dad. 



VIVIAN M. BEDFORD 

Barbara Rd. (R); D.C. and B.C. — 
Good Luck and Thanks . . . The 
Breakers . . . Deb L. . . . Capp's ... I 
won't forget ya, Lauri . . . Billy . . . 
Boston . . . Eel . . . R.D. . . . Kukaloo 
. . . E.G. . . . Noo! . . . P.A.N. L. 




LISA MARIE BELLEW 

1483 Plymouth St. (B); Bruce 1/81 
... The Vineyard . . . K.F., M.D., 
C.G., C.N., S.M. ... Along the 
Road . . . Doors . . . L.U.B. Thanks, 
Mom and Dad. 



ALBERT F. BENINATl, Jr: Ben 

1692 South St. (B); Wrestling 1, 2, 
3, 4. Baseball 1. Track 2, 3, 4. 
French and Spanish Club 3, 4. 
Newspaper 3, 4. UNITAS 4. 
N.H.S. "Farm and Fasting" . . . 
GM Stroll . . . Luv . . . Frail and fort 
. . . One . . . Camp . . . Bags . . . Ap- 
ples . . . deC . . . AFPBB . . . Ribbon 
. . . Mis . . . Hope . . . Joy . . . Fut . . . 
Family and Friends . . . Thanks. 



CARLETON R. BENNETT II: 

Bud 
120 Atkinson Dr. (B); Cross Coun- 
try 2. Basketball 1. Wendi — 11/ 
12/81 ... No more waiting ... 
Wrong Wrinkle, Wirt! . . . Bean, 
Thanks . . . WS . . . Foreigner . . . 
I'm gone — yeah! Thanks, Mom 
and Dad. 



SUZANNE BENNETT: Sue 
56 Johnson St. (R); Friends . . . Spe- 
cial Moments ... 4th Period Lounge 
. . . Never forgotten times . . . Can- 
oeing . . . The River . . . Swimming 
. . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, Lisa, and 
Linda. 



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SCOTT M. BERRY: Raz 
73 Sunrise Drive (B); Photo Club 2. 
Work Study 3. 4. UNITAS 4. 
"Who needs a ride?" . . . Hydro- 
planing . . . Outta gas with Cath . . . 
"Mono? Are you icidding?" . . . 7th 
period with the kids . . . OLF . . . 
Thanks, Ma and Dad and family . . . 
Good Luck, F. 



CAROLINE M. BEST: Beetle 
19 Shaw Rd. (B); Ski Club 1, 2, 3. 
Bike Club 2. Scott 9/15/81 WW 
... Rose ... SL'S 9/8/81 CJLH- 
U2LR... PS 1970...Cruisen 11/ 
27/81 /// Rally 80-8! ... B and P 
— friends forever. Thanks, Mom 
and Man. 



SUSAN M. BEVIS; Sue 
1190 High St. (B); Gymnastics 
Mgr. 1, 2. Drama 1. Chart ... 4/ 
23/80 . . . Stones . . . Seger ... The 
Boss . . . Skynrd for ever . . . The van 
with Deece . . . SD and RR . . . Good 
times with good friends . . . Zav . . . 
The Prom . . . Skool's out forever . . . 
Ramble on. 



DONNA BLACK 

1 270 Plymouth St. (B); Work Study 



The gang 
Driving around . . 
My pals at King's 
... I made it! 



Bob Seger 
Loud music . . . 
. . Friday nights 




SCOTT ALAN BLACK: Blackie 
1270 Plymouth St (B); VooDoo . . . 
Old Cars . . . Air Force. 



STEVEN BLACKDEN: Bucky 

111 Main Street (B): Track 1. SP 
...BR ... ARNG ... MP. 



MARK EDWARD BLAKELEY; 

Blake 
170 Park Ave (B); Basketball 1, 2, 
3,4. Baseball I, 2, 3,4. Football 1,2. 
3, 4. NHS 3, 4. The Paper Store . 
Sorry Bill! ... 10-0 .. . Shanky . 
Beth . . . Bag . . . Miss Piggy . 
Spaghetti . . . Skiing Belly Flops . 
No Bowl ... #85 ... 1 Quit. 



PATRICIA A. BLESDELL: PJ 

55 Broadway (R); Dennis 4/1 1/81 
. . . Jeep . . . KC . . . Roper . . . 
Please Stop . . . Donna . . . Dawn . . . 
ILY Dennis . . . FM . . . David . . . 
Kevin . . . Bounce . . . Halloween . . . 
Thanks, Mom. 



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BRYAN BLUNDELL 
44 Douglas Dr. (B). 



VERONICA D. BOIS: Roni 
1 52 Plymouth St. (B); Field Hockey 
1, 2, 3. Co-Capt 4. Charlie's Angels 
. . . R.P. 5/29/81 . .. Don't look at 
me . . . Crutches . . . No man's land 
. . . Delay . . . Thanks, M. and D. . . . 
Nip . . . The Tango . . . State House 
. . . Florida . . . Cars Fly. 



DONNA MARIE BONANNO: 

Bonan 
108 Lakeview Dr. (R); Soccer 1, 2, 
3. Ski Club 3. 8/21/81 ... Live... 
Bafers...GladILY...MP... AT 
MACS . . . Awesome . . . Friends, 
Luv ya all . . . Good Luck, June . . . 
Soccer Practice . . . Punk Out . . . 
Wild ... I Luv ya. Ma and Dad! 



TERRY LEE BOUCHER 

120 Broadway (R); Dave 9/14/79 
. . . Concerts . . . Cruisin . . . Got to 
be free . . . Cougars . . . Gone for 
good . . . Thanks, Ma. 




LINDA MARIE BRAZIL 

305 Hayward St. (B); Soccer Mgr 
2, 3. Robby 4/4/81 ... I waly .. 
Class with CB . . . Morbid . . . Jour 
ney . . . Kris? . . . ss-5 . . . Thanks 
Mr. S. . . . McG . . . Camping . . 
Maine . . . z-28 or me? . . . Love to 
Ma and Dad. 



LAURA BREAULT 

27 Woodward Rd (R); Ski Club 1. 
2, 3. RALLY 234 .. . X-mas Party 
. . . Sr. Prom ... DJ ... Annicake 
. . .Jay Peak . . . BBB's . . , Kukaloo 
. ,. EEL ... CANOER ... GILY 
. . . Good luck, guys . . . Bye, Bye, B- 
R . . . Thanks. 



THOMAS R. BRENNAN: Grizz 

37 Maple Ave (B); Photography 
Club 2, 3, 4. UNITAS 4. Editor. 
Newspaper 4. Track 1 , 2, 3, 4. Cross 
Country 3, 4. 

Nowhere — man. 



RODDY P. BROWN: Rod 

1622 High Street (B); Weight Lift- 
ing 4. Fords , . . Shelbys ... AC Co- 
bras . . . Daytona Cougars. 



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KRISTINE ANN BUCKLAND: 

Kris 
South St. (B); Good Luck to JK . . . 
PB . . . AB . . . Summer 79 . . . Good 
bye, B-R . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad. 



WALTER L. BUMP lU: Butch 
20 Bridge St. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3. 
Nip . . . Canal . . . With Monique 
. . . Champ Stuff . . . Club Dance . . . 
Car Crash . . . Getto . . . Cruise . . . 
Scusset Beach . . . CB 450 . . . I'm 
riding! 



MICHAEL P. BUMPUS: The 

Bump 
28 Stetson St (B); Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4. UNITAS 4. 10-0 
. . . Rallies ... J. Giels . . . L. Wness 
= Hank! . . . Shotgun . . . Road 
Trips! . . . S.C. Parks and Malls . . . 
Who Queebed? ... Be Serious . . . 
#64 . . . Thank you all! . . . Sears 
rooftop ... at Fair. 



RAYMOND H. BUMPUS 

198 Broad St. (B); To anyone who 
has Mr. Harrington for P.O.D. — 
Beware! He'll write you to death! 




TRACEY LEE BUMPUS: Bump 
113 Bedford St. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3. 
Co-Capt. 4. Basketball 1, 2, 4. 
Lunch room ... All my friends and 
family . . . Soccer . . . Good Luck . . . 
Remember the good times . . . L-R- 
B, take it easy . . . NJ '79 . . . All 
Stars . . . NY 80 . . . Thanks, M-D. 



ELISABETH M. BURER: Lisa 
48 Lakeview Drive (R); Sum '79 . . . 
Sook . . . WP . . . Laugh'in . . . Con- 
certs . . . Cruisin . . . Hitting the 
Beach . . . EEEE . . . MWTWGF 
... TIM 11/14/79— TFE ... 
Queen . . . Ridin in the TA . . . Outa 
gas, Mare? 



CHARLES E. BURGESS: Chuck 
47 Plymouth St (B); Cathy . . . 
Summer '81 ... Sweets . . . 430 . . . 
State House . . . Charlie's Angels 
. . . Class with LB . . . X-mas Party 
. . . Thankx Day . . . FO and D. . . . 
J. Giels . . . Charger . . . Thanks M 
and D . . . CDRLKD. 



DAVID BURKE: Burky 
36 Weonit Court (B); Basketball 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Golf 3. 



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CHERYL BURNETT 

1599 South St. (B); Basketball 1.2, 
3. Band 1. 2, 3. Chorus 4. Ski Club 
1,2, 3,4. Erik 8/29/81 lly...Good 
times remembered forever . . . May- 
be .. . Not again? . . . Three Muske- 
teers 2/17/81... Skiing with K.C.! 
. . . Blast . . . Help me, June! . . . 
AYSMSP? . . . Stang . . . Nervous 
... 1 WALY E.S. . . . Thanks, M, D, 
and G. 



DANIEL L. BURNS, Jr: Danny 
269 Church St. (R); UNITAS 4. 
N.H.S. 3, 4. Good Luck, friends . . . 
You're obnoxious . . . you ride with 
Mike . . . Computers ... '77 Pontiac 
Lemans . . . Another Brick in the 
Wall . . . Thanks, M and D. 



KELLI ANN BUTLER: Kel 
70 Warren St. (R); Hey, Pam and 
Chris ... 6th ... Me and My RC .. . 
4th ... Shaw's X-mas Party . . . 
Great times with friends . . . Serious 
talks . . . Good times and bad . . . 
Miss you all. Thanks, Ma and Dad. 



ELISSA M. CAHILL: Lisa 
32 Lester Rd. (R); Scott 9/3/81 . . . 
I waly . . . Alana, O. Juice! . . . 
Thanks for being there, L'il Annie- 
kins . . . Red Roses . . . Hello, 
school? . . . Miss you, N and P . . . 
Thanks, M and D . . . Love ya, Pam- 
ily. 




MAUREEN CALLAGHAN: 

Mooky 
216 Plain St. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3. 



JOSEPH CAMARA 
69 Orchard Street. (R). 



ELLEN CAMERON 
95 Porter Place (B); Friends of '81 
. . . Midnite at HoJo's ... I Luv you 
Pick . . . Worester ... I hate NY . . . 
Camping with Collette . . . Upset 
Stomach . . . Thanks, M, D, and 
Nana . . . CLCD. 



ROBIN ANNE CANEPA: Rob 
1455 Old Pleasant St. (B); Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3. Softball!, 2, 3,4. Jeff 8/ 
20/81 . . . England . . . Sleepovers 
. . . Quequeg . . . Nova . . . Boston 
. . . Memories . . . Thanks to my 
friends, especially my family ... I 
made it! 



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ROBERT CANNISTRARO: 

Knobby 
74 Alice Rd. (R); So I'm graduating 



MARIA CAPECE 

12 Meadow Lane (B); Good times 
with DB . . . Good times at WV . . . 
CD . . . TL . . . Many more good 
times. Thanks, M and D. . . . I final- 
ly made it! . . . Later. 



ANDREA M. CARDARELLI: 

Carda 
5 Oak Ridge Lane (B); Soccer 1. 
Softball 1 . Debbie . . . Doreen . . . 



Rich . . . Gina . . 
. . . Florida . . . 
MACS . . . P.J.'s 
The Catalina . . . 
cake/Cupcake . . . 



JoU . . . Yaakko 
The Volvo . . . 
. . TKPRTS . . . 
Huh? . . , Fruit- 



ELLEN M. CARON 

97 Rowayne Park (B); Kenny 6/23/ 
80 . . . Maine . . . Crud . . . Styx . . . 
Dodge Power Wagon . . . The Rocks 
. . . WBJAIL ... Deb and Skee . . . 
Gerald . . . Four Wheelin' . . . Hor- 
seneck . . . DTTLOLG ... D ... 
Mutes. 



Bye 



Luv, 



ya! 




JOSEPH CARRATURO, Jr.: Joe 
49 Pear! St. (B); Soccer 1, 2. Track 
1, 2. Rock'n Roll ... I like it . . . 
Hendrix . . . Zepplin . . . Help! . . . 
Money . . . Party . . . Take me to the 
river . . . Blues . . . Practice . . , 
Ramble-on. 



DONNA MARIE CASEY 

36 Murray Circle (R); Feb 24 . . . 
Nov 7 . . . Your in my heart . . . R.S. 
. . . Quiet nights together . . . Old- 
fashioned love . . . Thank you, Bruce 
for being mine ... I love you. 



STEPHANIE J. CASEY; Steph 
364 Elm St. (R); Good times, bad 
times . . . Concerts . . . Best friends 
— LAKMDTKACK . . . UMMYA 
... Go wild . . . Florida . . . Parties 
. . . That car . . . Joe — Luv ya . . . 
School's out! 



RICHARD CESARINI 
60 Atkinson Drive (B). 



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CHRISTINE CHADWiCK: 

Chabs 
30 College Rd. (B); Tennis 2, 3, 4. 
Photography Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Advisory 
Board. Mike . . . Rally . . . Excellent 
. . . Flirt . . . Hash browns and 
cheese . . . Thanks, everyone . . . 
Good luck . . . LYA . . . Skiing . . . 
Xmas . . . Giggle. 



LEAH CHAPLIN 

250 Summer St. (B); Future times 
and Past memories . . . BR's Mad 
People . . . JAM '80 . . . ALBRS . . . 
4th Off . . . R and R sure helped me 
through . . . Family . . . Gary. 



JON ROBERT CHASE 

107 Hall St. (R); Band 1, 2, 3. Stage 
Band2, 3.SkiClubl,2, 3.0LF... 
Gramps . . . Aw, OLE . . . Gramps 
. . . Aw, Wow . . . Four Wheelin' . . . 
Friends . . . MTSCDJM ... The 
Capri AJT 11/25/81. Wholly Mo- 
ses.. . 871-BWG ... I made it! . . . 
Thanks, M and D. 



DONNA CHAVES 
145 Hall St. (R): D.M. forever ... 
Good times, bad times . . . Mush- 
head . . . I'm sorry . . . How ya doin? 
... 18 ... What should I do? . . . 




KIRK CHUCKRAN 

257 Hayward St. (B). 



STEVEN CHURCHILL: Steve 
398 Plymouth St. (B); Wrestling 1. 
Baseball 1. Soccer 1, 2. Beatles'. . . 
N.Y.... Florida... N.H....' Ever- 
ybody's got something to hide. 



CATHERINE E. CIARCIA: C.C. 

245 Gardner St. (R); Track 2. Cross 
Country 3. May 17 Barry — 143 .. . 
Jane imitations . . . Concerts . . . 
Friday 5th Period . . . Boston . . . 
Good times . . . We made it . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



ANNE MARIE CLARK 
74 Pond St. (B) — Track 1,2,3, 4. 
Ski Club 2. UNITAS 4. Hockey 
Cheerleading 4. Brant Rock ... Jr. 
and Sr. Proms . . . Bermuda 82 . . . 
Steve . . . NSOTB ... Bud ... 
Memories . . . Sailing . . . Good 
times with buddies . . . X-mas Par- 
ties . . . Greg . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad. 



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LISA LOUISE CLARK 

277 Carver St. (R); Dale 11/7/81 
. . . Mustang . . . Jaimes Party . . . 
11/27/81 ... J. Giels ... Friends 
. . . Wild and crazy . . . Greyhound 



JAMES D. CLIFFORD 

165 Pleasant St. (B); America . . . 
$$$... NYC . . . Friends ... M and 
D . . . D*LK . . . Carlysie and Trae 
. . . Farewell, Mrs. G. . . . Peedoub- 



. Seger . . . Free at last . . . Thanks leyou and the CANDY MUTT 



Mom and Dad. 



Thanks, G. Peace. 



DIANA CLOUTIER: Di 

416 Walnut St. (B); Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 
4. Jeff — forever . . . Many good 
times with many good friends ... 1/ 
29/81 ... Big Blues ... Ahab ... 
Maybe . . . MRF . . . JT . . . MNw/ 
M . . . FWM . . . Yuccy Fish . . . 
Brotha . . . TMD. 



JILL COLFORD: Colfe 
36 Laurel Drive (B); Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Soccer 4. 
. . . UNITAS — Sports Editor . . . 
NHS 3, 4. Field Hockey 2, 3. Athle- 
tic Advisory Board. REGIONAL 
SOUND 3, 4. #32 . . . Action . . . 
The Cult . . . Suicides . . . Spacey . . . 
How much J. P.? . . . MN and Latin 
. . . Awesome ... #10 ... On the line 
. . . Ginchy . . . Thanks, J.J. . . . CTS 
. . . Jackson! . . . Thanks, M and D. 




KURTIS ALLEN COLLETT: 

Kurt 
24 Orange St. (B); REGIONAL 
SOUND 2. French and Spanish 
Club 2, 3, 4. UNITAS 4. Drama 4. 
17th Birthday Cruise . . . FIMOSH 
BIZZIARE . . . Sumod . . . Canada 
80...BOFC...SK3... MI . . . D 
... OLE ... YWUAS ... Cryline 
. . . X-mas . . . Weekenders . . . B 
and C . . . 44/34 . . . Thanks, M. and 
S.D. 



ELIZABETH CONNOLLY: Liz 

180 Main St. (B); RSD . . . EB Clay 
banks . . . Morn, noon, nite . . . 
Tracks at 60 . . . My Booboo ...11/ 
20/8 1 . . . Maine 81... Those crazy 
nites. 



WALTER CONNOLLY: Gator 
180 Main St. (B); I am just a 
dreamer and you are just a dream 
. . . Summer of 81. 



LYNN M. COOPER: Tuesday 
1 278 Bedford St. (B); Bob — 6/17/ 
81 — ILY ... Weekend in N.J. ... 
Montreal '81 ... HoJo's . . . Mike 
and Sue . . . Robin's house . . . It's 
finally over . . . Good friends. 
Thanks, Ma and Bill. 



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ALAN C. CORNWALL, Jr: Al 

1295 South St. (B); Wrestling 1 . . . 
Science Club 2, 3. French and Span- 
ish Club 3, 4. Weightlifting 4. Ma- 
niac slalom . . . Biscay . . . Ready? 
...OK!.. .Babson... 621/627... 
LOATWS . . . Maria ... A and F 
. . . NYC . . . NYE . . . Freedom . . . 
Later on. 



MICHAEL CORNWALL 
57 Rowayne Park (B). 



MICHAEL J. CORREIA: Mike 
180BridgeSt.(R); Tennis 1,2,3,4. 
Drama 3, 4. President 4. Wick-ed 
good . . . Surprise . . . shock . . . 
Stuff with OLF . . . Talk much? . . . 
Mac's friends . . . Oh, well! . . . 
Outta here . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad . . . B.U., hi . . . Going crazy . . . 
Bye. 



BRUCE COSTA 

330 Oak St. (R); Feb 24/80 ... Nov 
7/81 ... I will always love you. Don- 
na .. . Diamonds are forever . . . 
Camping . . . hunting . . . fishing . . . 
The beach . . . Fins . . . Always to- 
gether. 




DONALD COULSTRING: 

Stringer 
120 Briarcliff Rd. (R); Football 1, 
2, 3, 4. Photography Club 3, 4. Foot- 
ball Parties ... 81 OCL Champs . . . 
Summer of '81 ... Queeba rides. 



CHRISTINE COYTE: Crissy 
49 Sunrise Dr. (B); Steve 8/10/81 
. . . North Raynham Parties . . . 
Time square . . . Lynyrd Skynyrd 
. . . The Doors . . . Good old rock 'n 
roll. . . . Thanks, ma . . . See you lat- 
er. 



MICHAEL CRAFFEY 

98 Center St. (B). Band 1, 2. Gym- 
nastics 2, 3. Weight Lifting 1, 2, 3, 
4. 



WAYNE CRAM: Crammy 
27 Leonard St. (B); Track 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
UNITAS — Sports Editor. Lyn- 
chie. Chuck, Rob . . . Studley J. , . . 
Bryant parties . . . Oh, Mick . . . 
AC/DC . . . Heart . . . Cars . . . 
Turn paranoid . . . Raz . . . Instant 
Death Band . . . Snakes . . . Funnels 
. . . Southern. 



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KAREN K. CROSS: Crossy 
59 Chickering Rd. (R); Softball 1, 
2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2. Ski Club 1, 
2, 3, 4. UNITAS 4. Young and Free 
. . . Kush . . . Snow . . . Toni . . . Live 
. . . Rick . . . Demans . . . Che . . . 
Bren . . . Teri . . . Kath . . . Fog . . . 
Jude? . . . PSC . . . FIC . . . Let's be 
mature ... GLBIALY . . . ILY . . . 
M and D. 



CHRISTINE CROWLEY: Chris 
55 Legge St. (B); Chorus 1, 2, 3. 
Drama 1 . Good times . . . Zav . . . 
Crazy Friends . . . FIA . . . HB . . . 

TR ... Jl ILYJA ... P-Town 

. . . Mac's Gang . . . M and D . . . 
NB . . . LE . . . RO . . . Live, Love, 
Laugh . . . Foreigner . . . Chow. 



JOHN ROBERT CROWLEY: 

Jack 
754 Conant St. (B); Never forget 
. . . Good times in Vt. ... Oh Ni- 
chole . . . The buy of the century . . , 
Pagey . . . Must keep on a'rockin 
while I must ramble on. 



COLLEN CUNNINGHAM 
33 Concetta Drive (B); Soccer 1, 3, 
4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Good times 
with good friends — Rallytimes . . . 
No way license . . . Dever . . . Way 
to ... 3A ... What Dent? . . . 
HOJO... Games... Purple #1 ... 
Luv and Thanks M and D. 




DONALD PETER D'AGOSTINO 
12 Concetta Drive (B). 



BRIAN PATRICK DANAHEY 

167South St. (R). C.J. 8/11/81 ... 
TPITL. 



MATTHEW D'ANDREA; Matt 
1 12 Sherwood Lane (R). Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4. Tennis 3, 4. Cross Country 
4. Amo U Ellen . . . Incubus . . . Fer- 
nandes with Wirt . . . The Cape with 
Phil, Wirt, Mike, and JB . . . Ebidee 
. . . Celtics . . . Six/six. 



JULIE M. DARDANO 

697 Forest St. (B); Gymnastics 2. 
Zav . . . Good times . . . Party at 
Forest St. . . . Concerts . . . Kevin 2/ 
16/80 ... Friends ... FF-PM ... 
CANTON . . . WDJ . . . LKP . . . 
Thanks M and J. 



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DOMINGOS DASILVA 
30 Cottage St. (B). 



JOSE H. DASILVA: Joseleto 
25 Cottage St. (B); Good times I 
had stomping on Fords with my 
Chevy . . . Bad times I had when my 
Chevy blew a rod! 



JUAN DASILVA 

25 Cottage St. (B). 



ELAINE DAVIS 
48 Meadow Lane (B); BAKER . . . 
Hood Ornament . . . Good times 
with LM, PS, KW . . . Friday 5th 
Period — MC, MC, CD . . . Journey 
. . . Carvers ... Ice Pond , . . MF . . . 
18 and John. 




FRANCISCO DE ANDRADE: 

Fran 
308 Main St. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Frankie . . . Rally '81 ... Campsite 
. . . Lite . . . Montego turns to Mon- 
soon 7/25/81 ... Pine St. . . . Nip 
11/21/81 ... Thanks, RFS ... Mr. 
NA . . . Bike Parties . . . Tanman . . . 
MD. 



CHRISTOPHER DEARING: D 

1609 Old Plymouth St. (B); Soccer 
1, 2 . .. Wrestling 1, 2, 3. YB — 
Clams . . . Bruins game — 16 sec. 
. . . Hey Lou, PsychChicken . . . Ah- 
deewing . . . Joppa . . . Do C. . . . Ex- 



actly . . . Looza 
. . . Bye, guys. 



. Thanks M and D 



DAVID N. DELUTIS: DeLute 
70 College Rd. (B); Soccer 1 , 2. De- 
lutemobile . . . Crystal period 3 . . . 
Dr. Tsoumas period 4 ... 1954 
Chevy . . . CNDTJFA . . , Cape Cod 
Summer '81 ... Kathy . . . Thanks, 
Mom and Dad. 



DONALD B. DELUTIS: DeLute 

70 College Rd. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3. 
Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Unitas 
4. Dennisport . . . Raz . . . The N. 
Mobile . . . Lynchy . . . Mangier . . . 
Cram . . . Prom Laura ... Ed 
McMahon . . . Mr. Tufts . . . Doctor 
Scarano . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



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LINDA S. DEMELLO: Linda 
73 Oak St. (R); Student Govern- 
ment Day 3. Glenn Mason 11/79 
. . . Great parties with great friends 
. . . ZAV . . . Ridin the BSA ... Jr. 
Prom . . . College Bound . . . See ya, 
B-R ... ILYG. 



KATHRYN M. DESMOND: 

Kathy 
345 Oak St. (B); Rick Devlin ... 2/ 
28/81 ...4/17/81 ... '69 Ford Van 
. . . Lounge . . . East Taunton . . . JS 
. . . SP . . . GTWLAT . . . Natey . . . 
Barbie . . . Friends . . . Statehouse 
Trip . . . Outlaws . . . Later! 



JOSEPH DINATALE 
320 Titicut Rd. (R). 



KAREN SUSAN DISIMONE: 

Deece 
1378 Old Pleasant St. (B); Chucky 
3/5/81... Outlaw Cs . . . In the van 
w/B . . . The best times w/KL, LS, 
SB, LD, JM, and LP . . . Hi, Ralph! 
...TGFB...Nann.YandFEE... 
ILYCHH . . . Bye! 




PAULA C. DIVINCENZO 



350 King 


Philip St. (R); Jay 3/5/79 


... JB .. 


. DL . . . 2 Laps ... JLC 


... FF . 


. Poconos . . . REO Con- 


cert . . . 


12/6/79 ... P-Town ... 


Demons 


. . Proms . . . Camp . . . S 


and WP . 


. . Thanks, Mom and Dad 



ILJG! 



ALAN ROBERT DOHERTY: Al 
5 Sylvan Terrace (B); Photography 
1 , 2, 3, 4. World Affairs Club 3, 4. If 
you want to find me, look in the TV 
Studio . . . Remember Bri, Mike, 
Scott, Kirk, Scott (Opps) and Kevin 
. . . TV . . . Chem . . . Electricity. 



DAVID DOMINIQUE 

47 Lakeview Dr. (R); Hockey 1, 2, 
3, 4. Good times with friends . . . JA 
and JS . . . Friends forever . . . Stan- 
dish . . . Summer . . . Santana . . . 
July 4th.. .The Doors. . . MTB . . . 
... TMD. 



KAREN ANN DONAHUE 
446 Laurel St. (B); Scott 9/27/80 
. . . Good times with friends . . . 
IN FY, BZ . . . Concerts . . . Hamp- 
ton Beach w/Di . . . DP . . . JM . . . 
SB . . . See ya later! 



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BRIAN DONIGER 

40 Hayward St. (B); Photography 
3, 4. New York — Framingdale . . . 
BBB — Cheryl . . . Baracuda — 68 
. . . Summer '80 . . . Puch . . . Arch- 
ery .. . Party ... B and C 151. 



JANE DONOVAN 

62 Francine Rd. (R); Student Gov- 
ernment Day 3. Jr. Prom . . . Stu- 
dent Government Day . . . Good 
times with friends . . . DD's . . . Fri. 
— Period 5 . . . Freshman year . . . 
Drivers Ed . . . WRLM . . . Bye, B- 
R . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. 



WILLIAM DOYLE 

228 Summer St. (B). 



CHERYL ANN DRISCOLL 

25 Raymond Ave (R); Mike 7/81 
. . . Forever . . . Good times with 
AG, MC, ED . . . The Doors . . . 
Beatles . . . Jimi Hendrix . . . Led 
Zep . . . Cooper . . . Tiger . . . Parties 
w/F. Thanks, Mom and Dad. ILY, 
MA. 




MARK STEPHEN DUBORD 

344 Elm St. (B); Many, many good 
times . . . The summer of '8 1 ... — 
VM . . . Camaro, Porsche ... I love 
you, SL. 



MICHAEL DUMONT; Dewey 
46 Oak St. (R); Dolphins . . . Len- 
non . . . Beatles . . . Walking. 



SUSAN DURNING 
51 Alden Square (B). 



MARSHA JEAN DYER 

164 Hall St. (R); Chorus 1,2. Flags 
1, 2. Poms 4. Musical 1, 2. French 
and Spanish Club 1, 2. New York 
'80... PCC '78, 79... Scott 8/ 10/ 
80 ILY ... The Rallies . . . River- 
dale . . . Thanks, Wen ... ST ... At 
the MET with SR . . . Thanks, M 
and D. 



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KIMBERLY SUE EDWARDS: 

Kim 
86 Oak Ridge Lane; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Chorus 3, 4. Cross Country 1, 2. 
Musicals 1 , 2, 3, 4. Proms . . . Butch 
ILY . . . Katarina . . . Marthas 
Vineyard . . . Julie . . . Concerts . . . 
Jr. Miss . . . Good times with friends 
. . . Skiing Brodie . . . Thanks, Mom 
and Dad. 



VASILIKI EFSTRATOUDAKIS: 

Betty 
1 80 Main St. (B); French and Span- 
ish Club 3. REGIONAL SOUND 
4. Betty . . . 8/6/79 RC Memories 
. . . Hopes . . . SIA DESP LA ROSE 
. . . Athens, my dream city . . . 
Thanks . . . Good Luck! 



JAMES A. ELLIOTT, Jr. 

650 Curve St. (B); Football 1, 2, 3, 
4. Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1 , 2, 3. 
Thanks Jack and Bud for eighteen 
. . . Outlaws. 



PAULA ELLIOTT 

173 Main St. (B); Brian . . . Good 
times . . . Odd Squad . . . Tonio . . . 
Puppy . . . Fitz's Tour . . . Welby . . . 
Doll . . . Tami . . . RDB . . . LED 
ZEP . . . Late Trip to Ridge! . . . 
Homely ... Mercedes 19 ... 
Thanks, Ma and Dad. 




JOHN EMERY 

25 Mill St. (R). 



LISA ELLEN ENOS: Flo 

36 Howard St. (B); C,C,H,J ... 9/ 
8/81 AD ... Ul R and L ... SL 



forever 
DW... 
you . . . 
DDC. 
andD. 
and D. 



. . ILY David . . . Caps . . . 
I wasted my junior year on 
Campers and Cabins . . . 
. Best friends . . . C and S., J 
. R and J . . . C and J . . . L 



LORI LEE ESTERS 

483 Broadway (R); LPD Express 
. . . Seger . . . The Dead . . . Outlaws 
. . . Halloween nights . . . Skippin 



and SG 
Dever . . 



with T 
. Robin . 



. Camaro . . 
Thanks, Ma. 



MARK P. ESTERS: Eddie 
483 Broadway (R); Parties . . . ZZ 
Top . . . Ted Nugent . . . Foghat . . . 
Outlaws . . . WSC . . . North Rayn- 
ham . . . Horseneck . . . 4-wheelin. 



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JUDY ANN EVANOFF: Jude 
185 Britton St. (R); Hi, Kaip, Kim, 
Shel, and Mac . . . Kim's Xmas Par- 
ty .. . Unicorns . . . Reiiiy's 5th .. . 
DAD ... 4th off 2/Kaip . . . Florida 
11/24/81 ... Thanks, Mom. 



DAWN MARIE FANDRICH: 

Dawn 
40 Bridge St. (B); Rink Rats . . . 
Chris Den . . . CNSF . . . Mrshfd . . . 
EB Gang . , . Y — Smr '79 . . . 
Thanks, Bren . . . R and B ... Sis 
and Al . . . Dance P.C. . . . Rallies 
. . . Mple St. . . . Germany '80 . . . 
S.R. . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



LISA FARIA (STRINGFEL- 

LOW) 
795 Auburn St. (B). 



ROSEMARY A. FARIA 

347 Bridge St. (B); Kevin . . . 7/30/ 
80 . . . Van . . . Kids . . . Lounge . . . 
Molly Hatchet . . . Foghat . . . Out- 
laws . . . AC-DC . . . PB . . . Thanks, 
Mom and Dad. 





KRISTEN JEAN FARRELL: Kip 

605 Summer St. (B); Marc 8-6-80 
. . . N. B.'s A.R. . . . Father Reilly 
. . . Miss you. Dawn . . . Wunga 
Baby . . . Remembrances to all my 
friends . . . Thanks, Ma . . . Bye. 



ANNE FERREIRA 
118 Elm St. (R). 



ELIZABETH FLAHERTY: Beth 
120 Main St. (B); English 2 ... Art 
with Anna . . . Lunch . . . Choke . . . 
LS . . . Broken glasses . . . Apie . . . 
Eggfts ... No 10 ... Groovy . . . 
BBBRALLY . . . GUM . . . Thanks, 
MOM. 



MICHELLE FORREST: Shelly 

1 52 South St. (R); Billy May 1 4, '79 
. . . Marriage June 5, 82 . . . Recep- 
tion ... Hi, Sue, Jude, and Lisa . . . 
IF . . . John Lennon, Freshman year 
. . . Parties . . . Snowball . . . Thanks, 
Ma and Dad. 



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MICHELLE T. FRAGA: Mitzie 
239 White St. (R); NA at MM . . . 
Boston . . . Caddy . . . Cape Cod . . . 
Twinks . . . Nuttin ... Oh Freak . . . 
92 . . . Leap a Year ... FP . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . Bye, B- 
R. 



ANDREW FRANCIS: Andy 
11 Andrew Lane (R); Track 1, 2. 
Cross Country 1, 2, 3. Wrestling 1. 
Bicycle Club 1. Thank God! ... 
Sam's OLF . . . Gramps . . . Unk . . . 
No problem . . . Mac's . . . Unicorn 
2. . . . Capri's . . . Ford Trucks . . . 
Friends . . . Wholly Moses . . . Help 
. . . AB40195 . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad. 



CYNTHIA R. FREDRICKSON: 

Cindy 
49 East St. (B); ORK-U . . . Prairie 
. . . tumbleweeds . . . Thanks 4 good 
times ... BP, MN, LR, etc ... 
Bear-VW . . . Hosp, bummer . . . 
SCOZ . . . Luv ya, 

M,R,D,L,R,R,N,S, etc ... Ride 
like the wind, B-R. Thanks. 



PATRICIA FREEMAN: Capody 
257 Main St. (B); Softball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
'69 Javelin . . . Drivin with Sandy 
. . . KPV-Gang . . . Carvers . . . 
Alias Fred . . . Rally w/SW . . . H- 
way n' papers . . . Beachin it . . . 
Thanks, Ma . . . Capody and 
friends. 




KRISTINA L. FRITZ 

127 Aldrich Rd. (B); Soccer 3-4 
Manager. Ski Club 3. Scott 9/1/1 
. . . Who's Journey ... in the big city 
. . . Times with Trac, Linda, Laura 
. . . But 10:30 . . . Camping . . . Cape 
. . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



MICHAEL FRUZZETTI 

1328 Old Pleasant St. (B); Metor, 
Money, Murder, Madness . . . Let's 
change the mood from sad to glad- 
ness — Morrison. 



MICHELLE GADSBY: Gads 
291 Auburn St. (B); Paul... 80... 
Hallway. . .LMFODAAT. ..1988 
. . . Best times . . . Chances . . . RI 
. . . Sidekick . . . Gd Pals . . . Rally 
. . . CALIYI and More . . . Good 
Luck ... KEHETI ... SUEM ... 
Thanks M and K. 



GREGORY W. GANNON 
32 Alice Rd. (R); Football 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
Baseball 1,2. Basketball 2. Track 3. 



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TRACY ANNE GHELFI: Trace 
55 Oak Ridge Lane (B); Majorettes 
2, 3. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Boys' Varsity 
Soccer — Manager 4. Ski Club 2, 3, 
4. French and Spanish Club Trea- 
surer. Who is Journey? . . . Period 3 
. . . Semsba . . . NY . . . Great 
friends . . . Kris . . . Co! . . . Anne . . . 
Viccus . . . Tom . . . Tanks . . . 
Gram, Gramp ... Jr. Miss 1982. 
ILYM and D and B . . . Bye, B-R. 



ROBIN MARIE GIBBS 

6 Meadow Lane (B); WP4AMW/P 
and E . . . Thanks, Ellen . . . Maine 
... Florida... LMYK...ReRe... 
Turn the page . . . UJ and AP . . . 
Bad Co. . . . Good times . . . Thanks, 
Mr. and Mrs. SW . . . Love ya. Mom 
and Dad. 



DAVID JOSEPH 
Dave 
127 Colonial Pst Dr. (B); 4 Good 
Years . . . Blue Cevy 2 . . . Go-Karts 
made to order . . . Rave . . . Led 
Zepplin lives . . . Hollow Body Elec- 
tric . . . Sony . . . Mike . . . "Butch". 



GINGRAS: MICHELLE lONE GINGRAS: 

Missy 
68 Spring St. (B); Scott 4/11/81 
ILY . . . Marthas Vineyard . . . July 
4, '81 . . . SMU . . . Moss'n Summer 
. . . Memories . . . Lots of good times 
. . . Ded . . . LS . . . RB . . . Jesse . . . 
ILY Dad, Doug, and Mom . . . Bye, 
BR. 




JOANNE MARIE GOURDIN 

1576 Plymouth St. (B). 



GLENYS MARIE GRACIA 

78 Cherry St. (B); Joe . . . parties 
. . . Summer jam ... Jr. Prom . . . 
Neil Young . . . Sugar Mountain . . . 
Wizzard of OZ . . . Doors . . . Skyn- 
yrd ... I'm leavin' . . . California 
Bound. 



LISA ANN GRIFFIN: Leisse 
180 Main St. (B); Track 1. Cheer- 
ing 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt 4. Grand 
Marshall. National Honor Society 
Secretary. Miss Regional. USCA 
Champs. Joe, Luv ya ... 915 ... 
YTBPOM . . . Luanne's Baby . . . 
Image . . . INAGRO . . . Nice Face 
. . . We Luv you . . . Proms . . . 
Squeeze . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



MATTHEW GRIGAS: Grig 
950 Vernon St. (B); Football 1,2,3, 
4. OCL Champs . . . 10-0 ... No 
Bowl . . . MVP . . . Caps . . . Mugsy 
. . . Lou . . . Zipper . . . Many signs 
Martin . . . W. B'water w/Dan . . . 
Oh, Hi Grig . . . MC . . . Sprosty's 
Class . . . NGMS . . . Thanks, M 
and Dad . . . Later! 



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MICHAEL J. GROVER: Mikey 
1 1 58 North Main St. (R); Football 
1, 2. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Junior 
Prom . . . Good times in senior year 
. . . BOF . . . Awesome coach — 
Bunky . . . X-mas Party . . . BOB . . . 
GM w/Sandy . . . Celebration! 



ANGELA MARIE GRUBE: Ang 
44 Temi Rd (R); Jay 5/31/81 . . . 
Forever . . . Engaged 12/25/81 . . . 
Good times with good friends . . . 
DS . . . CD . . . TL . . . parties in 
Dighton . . . ZZ Top . . . ILYJ . . . 
It's been great . . . Zav, Lori, we all 
miss ya! 



LISA ELAINE HAGGARTY 

80 Forest St. (B); Trojanettes !, 2, 
3. UNITAS 4. I'll remember the 
good times of B-R. 



EARL HASKELL 

293 North St. (B); Ski Club 1, 2, 3. 
Summer '81 ... Horseneck with BC 
. . . DD . . . SP . . . MS . . . GC . . . 
Journey . . . Kansas ... Jr. Prom . . . 
Janet 8/81 ... Good times with 
MA-ba. Thanks, Mom and Dad. 




LYNNE MARIE HENNESSY: 
Hen 

3 1 1 Summer St. (B); Good times w/ 
DS . . . LC . . . LM . . . Concerts . . . 
Nazarith? . . . Almond Brothers . . . 
Century Breakdown . . . Summer of 
'81 ... IWALYG ... Thanks M 
and D. 



MICHAEL HERSEY 

1775 Old Plymouth (B). 



JOEL ROBERT HESS 

16 Mary Lane (B); Gone but not 
forgotten — Buck and Zav . . . Mas- 
ter music motivation . . . What a 
long, strange time it's been . . . RO 
...BR. 



BRIAN DAVID HILL: Brah 
1258 Plymouth St. (B); Gymnastics 
3, 4. Good ol' times down by the lake 
. . . Nip . . . Cartooning . . . Chess 
pieces and lengthy times . . . Alas, 
yes. Life to the fullest. 



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CYNTHIA ELIZABETH HILL: 

Cindy 
345 Robinson St. (R). Finally . . . 
Drafting . . . Art . . . Mrs. Parker . . . 
Love my friends . . . Lounge . . . 
Paul 3/18/80 ... Kookaloo party 
. . . TAGP CD and VB? Mom, Dad, 
Always. 



ROBERT HILL: Bob 
30 South Main St. (R); Summer of 
'81 ... The Cape . . . Dog Track . . . 
Journey . . . Billy Squier . . . Stones 
. . . Capeway . . . Frogger . . . Ea- 
gles. 



MAUREEN A. HORAN 

213 Oak St. (R); Majorettes 1, 2. 
Capt 3, 4. Chorus 1,2,3, 4. Ski Club 
1 , 2, 3, 4. World Affairs 4. UNITAS 
4. Musicales . . . Singing . . . Many 
friends . . . My sweetie . . . Little girl 
. . . OLE . . . Six is enough . . . Fla 
'80 . . . TOTIL . . . ST . . . G . . . 
SAM . . . Keep smiling. Thanks, Ma 
and Dad. 



DEBORAH L. HOUDE: Debbie 
72 Cynthia Dr. (R); Drama I, 2, 3, 
4. Gymnastics I . Cupcake . . . Macs 
. . . SV . . . Fruitcake . . . Ellen . . . 
Kenny . . . ILY — Skee . . . Ya — 
Right! . . . Party . . . Concerts . . . 
Pits . . . MA . . . Friends . . . Bowling 
. . . Love ya. 




ROBERT lAFRATE: Bob 

378 North St. (B); Football 1, 2, 3, 
4. Hockey 1,2,4. Lisa . .. 11/1/80 
. . . Charger . . . Rt. 18 . . . Starsky 
and Hutch . . . Dan's house . . . 
Heavy chow time . . . How's your 
face . . . Seger . . . OCL/Champs 
... DR/R ... IWLYFLR ... 
Thanks, M and D. Later. 



VICTOR INNOCENZI: Vic 
9 1 Judson St. (R); Football 1 , 2, 3, 
4. Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Linda 7/ 1 5/8 1 
. . . ILY . ..OCL Champs ... 10-0 
. . . Whose Drivin' DAV . . . What 
tree? . . . Bag's . . . Football party 
... 1 1/77 . . . Bert's house . . . Spa- 
ghetti bash . . . Joe's . . . Thanks, M 
and D. 



CHRISTOPHER IRVING: Irv 

23 Howard St. (B); Good times . . . 
Nova Chase and July 4/80 . . . Good 
friends . . . Weekends . . . Rock and 
Roll . . . Newton . . . Cars . . . Geils 
. . . ELO . . . What happened to us? 



MICHAEL A. JANICKE, Jr. 

Mike 
5 May Ave (R); HEH . . . Laura, 
my love ... '8 1 and '82 parties at the 
Mallet Club . . . Pine St. forever . . . 
Brooklyn, NY . . . I'll do better next 
time. 



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LILLIAN JAQUINS 

789 Auburn St. (B). 



DONNA JASKOLA: Jazz 
1916 Broadway (R); CC 1-4. Track 
i.SkiClubl,2,3,4.DZIADEK... 
friends . . . L.B. — 93 South . . . Lo- 
gan? . . . Granny's! . . . Concerts . . . 
RLS . . . Parties . . . Albert . . . Mu- 
sic's Magic . . . SMU . . . Trend . . . 
J. P. ... MR — HUH! ... Lamour 
. . . Family. California. 



STEPHANIE JOAQUIN 
231 South Drive (B); Track 1, 2, 3, 
4. Science Club 3, 4. French and 
Spanish Club 3, 4. National Honor 
Society 3, 4. Drama 4. Many good 
times . . . OLF . . . Science Club . . . 
Drama . . . Goya . . . PCC'78, 79 . . . 
Skating at the Rink ... Hi, 
Grandpa . . . Also CM, MC, DS, BE 
... So Long . . . Thanks, M and D. 



LISA JOHNSON 

269 Cross St. (B); Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Briarwood . . . Thanks, Mom . . . 
MaBell . . . Yodels . . . Lounge 7th 
. . . The Coop . . . Loitering . . . Loo- 
kout, L.A., G.H., B.G., J.B. 105 




NANCY JONES: Nancy 
300 South St. (R); Gymnastics 1 , 2, 
3 Co-Capt. 4. Ski Club. Tony . . . 
Bren Jim Lorn Di Bee Maz . . . 
Good times! Batman and Fish — 
WeLuvU . . . Next week, Kath? . . . 
The Stones ... 4 You Steve, XO! . . . 
Thanks, Mom, Dad, and E and E. 



SUZANNE JONES 
216 Ann St. (R). 



CHERYL LEE KAIPAINEN: 

Kaip 
208 Stony Brook Rd. (R); Luv U, 
Jim ... 1/3/80 ... '69 Cougar . . . 
Yah! . . . Cape Cod Bound . . . Rock- 
estra . . . Rush . . . Journey . . . 
Doors . . . Clubbing ... 4th Off with 
Jude . . . Wild . . . Thanks, Ma . . . 
Later. 



ARTHUR M. KANE: R.C. 

59 Oak St. (R); Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Track 2, 3, 4. Queeba Van . . . 10-0 
and no bowl . . . ENI 
Hank = L.W. Ness ... Be Serious 
. . . X-mas Party . . . Vic's . . . Den's 
. . . Maybe Not. 



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JENNIFER G. KENNON 
75 Richmond St. (R); Gary . . . ILY 
Always . . . Good times, bad times 
. . . GTWG . . . Later . . . Thanics, D 
and M. 



MAUREEN KILBRIDGE 

152 Center St. (B); Basketball 1, 2, 

3, 4. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 1,2,3, 

4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. States . . . JP . . . 
CC...GO...HRTR...BBOCL 
... OH GO ON .. . NYSV . . . 
Benny Hill . . . Home Pictures . . . 
Beast . . . Sat. nights at Dan's . . . 
Quebella . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad . . . Always thinking of LG. 



JOHN KING 

220 Bedford St. (B). 



JUDITH M. KING: Queenie 
45 Norlen Park; J. Giels '80 ... 
JJTP . . . Party . . . Artie's . . . SH 
. . . Nan. 61 13 ... T's House . . . 
Great friends and good times . . . 
Donna, Lowie, Joe, Jean, Patty, 
Chuck, Dan . . . Thanks M and D. 




MARK KINSELLA: Kins 
300 Oak St.; Sac . . . Summer '81 
... EC ... Sis .. . Kathy again . . . 
Freebird ... I'm Y, W, and F. . . . 
SCJR . . . Skie . . . Yeah DC . . . 
Whale . . . Thanks M and D. Luv, 
ya. 



KYM-MARIE KNEELAND 

360 High Street (B); Ski Club 1, 2, 
3. We made it! . . . Bobby . . . Lee . . . 
11/24/80 ... Summer of 1981 ... 
Alice Cooper . . . Geeks . . . Yaba 
. . . Where were you in 1 969 . . . Just 
Me and Bobby McGee. 



CHERYL ANN KNOWLES 
200 Mill St. (R); Cheerleading 1, 2, 
3, 4. Class Secretary 4. John 6/13/ 
80 . . . Hoop games . . . The slopes 
are cold . . . I'm sick of cards . . . 
Sandra Yabaftajl . . . Any whipped 
cream, Lisa . . . How's the baby, 
Mrs. Gilbert? Thanks, Mom and 
Dad ... I love ya. 



ROSEMARY KUPCHUN: Rosie 
102 Mt. Prospect St. (B); Track 1, 
2. SL's: JCRCLHLRL . . . Lynn's 
cbn . . . Julie's cmpr . . . Good Luck, 
L and E . . . Rallies . . . Fire Truck 
. . . Gain wt? . . . Someday ... Jr. 
Lounge 6th Period. Good friends. 
Thanks, Mom. 



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STEPHEN LaPLAMME 

1 10 Stony Brook Road (R); Track 
1,2, 3,4.SBG...FBT...Hayride 
. . . OOZ . . . Quartersticks . . . 
Centipede ... Bit by a snake . . . The 
skid . . . IB . . . The great robbery . . . 
Summer of '79. 



ANNE V. LaFLEUR: Annie 
401 Center St. (R); Alana ... Lisa 
. . . Shirley . . . Mike . . . Mario . . . 
Peter . . . ILYA . . . Boat . . . Dever 
. . . Jessie . . . Many flat tires . . . 
Way to . . . Camping . . . Parties . . . 
Jackie's . . . Trea . . . ABFAILA . . . 
Thanks, M and D. 



DIANE JEAN LAZARUS 
580 East Elm St. (R); Band 1, 2, 3. 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Bike Club 2. Stu- 
dent Government Day 3, 4. UNI- 
TAS 4. Didiface . . . O'Mac Vandi 
Lazarins ski stein bergum . . . Doc 
. . . Time warped by RHPS 2 60's 
. . . Rennaisance Man! . . . Deep po- 
ems . . . Chic hats Wicked evils. 



CAROL SUZANNE LEE 
254 Vernon St. (B); Track 1, 2. 
Gymnastics 2. Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 
Mass Girls' State '81. Myron . . . 
10:20 . . . My door ... I can't stop 
laughing . . . Sidekicks . . . glue . . . 
Ca . . . NJ . . . The bet . . . G'n with 
Bren . . . Sr. Rally . . . G and C . . . 
SMO...X-mas...GH. . . Eva . . . 
M and L — ILU . . . Bye, T.Y. . . . 
M and D. 




TINA L. LEE: Tahina 
864 Auburn St. (B); Track 1,2... 
Tennis 2 ... Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Duane Sept 1978 . . . Always and 
Forever . . . Canada and Jay . . . 
Crash . . . Many good times spent 
with friends. . . . DCLM SLPB IDS, 
etc. . . . What's up woman . . . 
Thanks, M and D. 



JULIE MARIE LEVASSEUR: 

Jules 
421 Bridge St. (R); What a Rush! 
. . . SL's ... 138, Boston, D.W. . . . 
LCCH: 9/8/81 . . . B and C . . . 
Maine . . . LS . . . LF . . . F and S . . . 
Caps... RLH...Volks...GS and 
BB w/Hol ... Fly free, Lisa . . . ILY 
David 10/81. 



MARGUERITE LEVASSEUR: 

Guertie 
473 Summer St. (B); Field Hockey 
4. Band 1, 2, 3. Stage Band 2, 3. 
French Club 3, 4. Bike Club 3. 
SEMSBA 3. Musical Orchestra 2. 
Field Hockey All-Star 4. Many laps 
— 406 . . . LAS lo ya . . . Carver's 
. . . New Year's Eve . . . Frog . . . 
South Pacific . . . SK B of C '78 . . . 
Thanks, M. and D. . . . Yoda . . . 
Carl, John, Pat . . . later, people. 



ANN ELIZABETH LEVESQUE 
321 South St. (B); Field Hockey 1, 
2, 3, 4. Michael '80 ... L and K, P 
and P . . . Thanks a lot. Bar . 
Goody, goody . . . No loitering . 
What? . . . Good luck, D. . 
Thanks, M. and D. 



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MICHAEL LEVY: Mike 
592 South St. (R); Gymnastics 1 , 2. 
Photo Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. Bike Club 2, 3. 
UNITAS 4. Musical 2. 1 needa ride! 
McDonald's game . . . You're so ob- 
noxious! . . . Use the apple! . . . Gar- 
field, Dave, Danny, Donald, Frank, 
smile and say "cheese"! 



RICHARD M LEWIS: Richie 
1000 High St. (B); 1/16/81 
Heather . . . Thanks, Peter . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . LOG . . . 
Nan . . . Overslept , . . Aug. 8th . . . 
Messy . . . They said it couldn't be 
done . . . Bye. 



PAULA LIMA: Lime 
15 Stony Brook Rd. (R); Luv my 
buddies . . . Missy's and Joe's par- 
ties . . . Macs — Crazy Mary . . . 
Rallytimes . . . Dever — 3A? . . . 
SBG . . . M and S — remember 
TGT . . . Thanks and love to family 
and friends. 



SCOTT LINDBERG 
River St. (R); Stones '81 Tour . . . 
Concerts . . . Kids at work . . . Party- 
ing .. . All the other dudes ... '69 
Mustang . . . Past summers . . . TY 
Ma and Dad . . . GM. 




ELDA ELENI LITOS: Missy 
143 Francine Rd. (R); Ski Club 1 , 2, 
3, 4. Hockey Cheering 2, 3, 4. Good 
times with good friends . . . PL, JM 
and SM, MN w/Di . . . Joe's parties 
. Concerts . . . J'Peak . . . Emily 
. Questions 3A . . . Thanks, M 
and D. ILY. 



DONNA MARIE LIZOTTE 

438 King Philip St. (R); Art with 
Phoof . . . thank you, Mrs. Smith . . . 
All my friends ... NH, NF, w/ 
WG, BC, WG 8/11/81 4-ever ... 
MOR . . . PD, KW . . , Mess ... Feb 
— 81 ... MM . .. Period 4-6. Fri- 
days . . . AJ-79 . . . ILY, Wayne. 



TRACEY ANN LOCKHARD 
312 Plain St. (B); Ski Club 2, 3. 
Alice Cooper weekend with 
MKKTG . . . Robins Pond with 
KOVB , . . R and C . . . ATGT 
PWGF ... J. Giels . . . Foghat , . . 
Outlaws . . . TFTM JHBB . . . Good 
Luck — AG. Thanks, M and D. 



PATRICIA LOFTUS: Locust 
1234 South St. (B);The Island ... 
BF . . . Hillsdale . . . RF and Lounge 
... 9/11/81 ... T. House ... Len- 
non's Class ... ILG ... Thanks, 
S.H. . . . Todd, Chuck, Judy, and 
Jean. 



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BRENDA LOPES. Bren 
1 1 1 First St. (R); National Honor 
Society 3, 4. UNITAS, Editor-in- 
Chief. Eddie Aug '79 . . . ILYE . . . 
Coachman . . . New Year's . . . Mis- 
sya, Kell . . . Times with Kare . . . 
Squeens ... The Girls: BB, MM, 
KO . . . We're there ... M and Ms 
with Beth . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad and Eddie . . . Love, ya. 



PAMELA LUCE 
1643 High St. (B); Photography 
Club 1, 2. New York . . . Flour Face 
. . . Bye, Steve. .. Red light ... WB 
. . . JT . . . CBC ... Six nags . . . 
Thanks, Leo . . . Dave . . . Hey; 
Baby . . . Joppa . . . You and me, 
Jesus. 



KAREN LEE LYFORD: Lifie 
92 Pleasant St. (B); Jim 7/13/81 
. . . Florida 4/1/81 ... Good times 
with friends . . . Remember Bruce 
. . . Thanks, Deb . . . LSKDLW . . . 
Never forget ya . . . Love ya, M and 
D. . . . Adios, B-R. 



JOHN LYMAN 

375 Pleasant St. (B); Finally made 
it out of here . . . Rock and Roll lives 
. . . The fly . . . Gotta run . . . Thanks 
alot. 




JAMES LYNCH: Lynchie 
96 Colonial Post Dr. (B); UNITAS 
4. Crammie and the snake . . . 
SHAVE ... The Instant Death 
Band . . . Saco Trip . . . Christmas 
Party . . . Heart . . . SciFi . . . The 
Studley Twins . . . Scott . . . Eric . . . 
Patty . . . Elise . . . The Turbo . . . 
Dude . . . Grunnuck you very much- 

ly- 



MARTHA MACDONALD 

318TiticutSt. )B);Tennis 1,2,3,4. 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. Ski Club 1, 2. 
Unitas 4. Unforgetable times . . . 
Long talks . . . Senior Christmas 
Party . . . JR and SR . . . YRS . . . 
Summer of '81 ... Friends ... 
DDSL TTL GRL . . . Squeens . . . 
We're there . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad. 



SANDRA MACLEOD: Sandy 
278 North St. (B); My little sweet- 
heart, Shaun 8/6/80 . . . Point 
Blank... Hi Di.. . Ben and MS . . . 
Friday Nights ... I don't know . . . 
GH . . . Bye! ... I love you Mom and 
Dad . . . Thanks. 



DAVID R. MAHER: Mabar 
47 Richmond St. (R); Dr. Tsour- 
mas, period one . . . Parties ... 1 550 
... 11/12/81 ... Crystal — Period 
3 . . . Delutismobile . . . Hunting 
with friends . . . Fishing for the sum- 
mer . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



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ROBERT S. MANCINELLI: Bob 
1344 Old Pleasant St. (B); Football 
2. Ski Club 4. 70 F-bird ... 70 
CMC . .. Saco Trip ... B151 ... 
Red Rider . . . AC/DC ... R and C 
. . . Sences . . . Good times with MD, 
BS, AG . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. 



ROBERT H. MANGELSON 11: 

Mangles 
30 Apple Tree Circle (B); Track 1 
...Ski Club 1,2, 3,4. ...Skrog. . . 
Sean and Gang . . . Hea, lin, tin . . . 
Sher and Gang . . . RI . . . KPAG 
. . . KRIS . . . VAN . . . Fiat . . . 
Page . . . Murka . . . Yo Marth . . . 
Yo Kris . . . RolStones . . . TM 
Buck. 



MARY MANNETTA: Mare 
42 Phyllis Rd. (R); Pine St. 8/21/ 
81 ... 11/7/81 Party... Universal 
. . . B.P. . . . Good Excuses . . . LT 
... Get it all . . . Keys . . . BTW . . . 
SP ... PM ... CR ... BM ... 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



JOANNE MANSFIELD 

661 High St. (B); Cheerleaders 2, 3. 
Track 1, 2. Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Class 
Sec. 2, 3, 4. Todd . . . Shell . . . Lau- 
ra .. . Boo . . . Hen-Mobil 

Helen. . .JRP. . .ROM. . . Frisbee 
. . . Joe's Parties ... J Peak . . . Cape 
Cod ... J Giels . . . Good times with 
Good friends. 




ROBIN ANN MANSIR: Robie 
180 Main St. (B); SSFKSIG ... 
Good times . . . Camping . . . Path 
. . . Savage . . . Henry . . . Clyde . . . 
Rugben . . . Captain ... 3 and 4th 
Period Tuesday . . . Thanks, M and 
D. 



PETREA D. MANTIA: Trea 
1273 Vernon St. (B); Basketball 
Mgr. 1 , 2. Softball Bgr. 1 , 2. Major- 
ettes 2. Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Memo- 
ries . . . Neighborhood Gang . . . 
Skiing . . . Love to SP, CR, DB, 
MM, BM, NS ... JM 7/13/80... 
5/5/78 . . . Suspended ... No way 
... Jr. Prom . . . Concerts ... Sr. 
Year Parties . . . Cape . . . Titicut 
. . . Bye . . . Love ya, MOM and 
DAD. 



ROCHELLE MARKOWICZ 

45 Conant St. (B). 



LOUISE MARSHALL 

393 Walnut St. (B). 



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SCOTT J. MARSHALL 

469 Pleasant St. (R); Photography 
Club 4. World Affairs Club 4. REO 
Speedwagon . . . Elaine . . . Listenin' 
to tunes . . . Music Appreciation . . . 
'82 Graduation . . . Room 211 ... 
Amber and Aaron . . . Ispoil Them 
. . . Thanks, Mom. 



MICHELE E. MASTRIA 

479 Plesant St. (R); Ski Club 1 , 2, 3, 
4. RAF . . . J-Peak ... Jr. Prom — a 
blast . . . Boo #5 . . . Joe's parties . . . 
Geils and Sox . . . Floyd! . . . Good 
times . . . Good friends. 



TIMOTHY PATRICK MAYOR: ELIZABETH MARY MAY: Liz 



Mav 
121 South Drive (B); Football 1, 2, 

3, 4. Baseball 1, 2. Math Team 2, 3, 

4. National Honor Society 3, 4. #20 
. . . 10-n-No and nowhere to go! . . . 
SL . . . Driving my car . . . Crash! 
. . . NA . . . FB parties . . . Thanks, 
M and D. 



38 Clarence Ave (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3, 
4. Basketball 1. My kite . . . Npt. 
NY . . . Goin' campin . . . Kim ... I 
love you, Jeanne . . . ELL . . . Carv- 
ers .. . Love my friends and family 
... Is that a punk? . . . Phaneuf . . . 
Morgan . . . Flash ... JP ... BR. 




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ANTHONY T. MAZZEO: Maz 
8 Bridge St. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Capt. 4, Basketball I. Hockey 4. 
Cap's Friday nights . . . No way . . . 
Dan . . . OCL Champs . . . No-fac- 
tor .. . Baged! ... The Hill . . . Par- 
ty! .. . Louie Camaro? . . . NANC 
. . . Good times . . . Many signs,,, 
Thanx. 



DAVID MCCABE 

1 8 Jackson Drive (R); Football ! , 2, 
3.4. Ski Club 1,2.3,4. DBWV . . . 
I'm not drivin . . . Let's take the 



Queeba ... 10-0 NB 
Sugarloaf . . .Senior . . 
ty ... TMD. 



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MAUREEN MCCARTHY: Sister 

Maureen 
40 Edward Rd. (R); The Ville . . . 
Behing blue eyes . . . Young forever 
. . . Zav . . . Titicut . . . long gone . . . 
Catching the rays at Horseneck . . . 
Bingo! Searching . . . Later. 



JAMES MCDONOUGH: Ubu 

220 Pleasant St. (B); Drama 2, 4. 
She wants to be a Napalm star . . . 
Dealin' with those malcontents . . . 
GI Joe . . . Gonna wipe the earth 
clean as a plate . . . Skirtin' on a 
razor's edge, planet earth. 



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KAREN MCEACHERN 

45 Stephanie Lane (B). 



JULIANNE MCCUE: Julie 
894 Auburn St. (B); Skynyrd . . . 
Geils . . . Dragway . . . Steve . . . Ba- 
hamas . . . Great times w/friends 
. . . Bruce . . . Froggy . . . ISL . . . 
B210. 



HEATHER MCISSAC 

24 Meadow Lane (B). 



LAURA JEAN MCKINNON: 
McK 

147 Richmond St. (R); Ski Club 1, 
2, 3, 4. Gymnastics 2, 3. Larry . . . 
I ALY ... 7/ 1 8/80 ... 2 uncoopera- 
tive females? . . . Hello, school . . . 
Seger . . . Life's tough . . . R and C 
Aida... But 10:30... LYM and D. 




KEVIN PETER MCMAHON: Ed 

180 Main St. (B); Ski Club 1,2,3, 
4. Football 1, 2. M-Van . . . Scusit 
. . . Frank's Montigo . . . Good Luck, 
Tim . . . Beach . . . Feather . . . Blaze 
an Gum . . . Pool at Tina's . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



PATRICIA MEADOWS 

704 Forest St. (B); Ski Club 1, 2. 
Lines for Zav . . . Parties . . . Beach- 
es .. . Concerts . . . Corner . . . The 
Fort . . . Doors ... The Who . . . Ya, 
alright . . . FF-JD . . . Good times 
. . . TMALGYP . . . Later! 



LYNN ANN MEDEIROS 
970 High St. (B); LY Sugar Chero- 
kee .. . 3/28/77 . . . Thanks, Mom 
. . . BE . . . SL's . . . Boston . . . FLS 
. . . PRK . . . Rally . . . Cruzin . . . 
Felines + R + M's . . . Cabin GS 6/ 
24/81 ... Cape '81 ... Camp WH 
9/26/81 ... GM ... Frees. 



MICHAEL MEEHAN 

123 Nicholas Rd. (R); Soccer 1, 2, 
3, 4. Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. Baseball I , 
2, 3, 4. World Affairs 3, 4. Student 
Council 3, 4, Pres. 4. Class Officer 
1 . Math Team 2, 3, 4. REGIONAL 
SOUND 4. Student Advisory 4. 
Student Government Day 3, 4. 
Presidential Classroom 3. MTC . . . 
Matt's Beach House . . . Journey . . . 
3 Times OCL Champs . . . Sunday 
Gang — Oakridge Boys . . . Bag's 
. . . JV . . . Down the Cape . . . Tri- 
angles . . . Thanx MUD. 



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MARC MERITHEW 

73 Sherwood Lane (R); Soccer I, 2, 
3. Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4. Ski Club 4. Lisa 
. . . BRINTS . . . BOC . . . FH . . . 
AC/DC . . . Bourne Scenic Park 
with B . . . BBABF . . . JPWLOTC 
. . . Lost in Space . . . Florida . . . 
Xmas Party . . . LIWALY . . . Rush 
. . . BBR . . . Thanks, M and D. 



NANCY MITCHELL 
34 Shady Lane (R); Tennis 1 , 2, 3. 4 
. .. World Affairs Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Model UN 2. Jr. Prom . . . AL . . . 
Ms. Taunton Pageant . . . W'lon 
D.C. . . . Friends . . . MCP . . . 
Thanks, all my teachers. . . . Good 
luck ... DJ, CC, DS, JT, JD, JL, 
DL . . . Keep in touch. 



KENNETH MONGIOVI 

74 South St. (R). 



CATHERINE MONTANA: Cath 
15 Alice Rd. (R); Drama 1, 2, 3,4. 
Chorus 3. Musical 2. French and 
Spanish 3, 4. UNITAS 4. RE- 
GIONAL SOUND 4. Ski Club 3. 
Jimmy 10/20/81 . . . Football! . .. 
Here and Buck's parties . . . Rock 
and Gander . . . GS . . . Hotlips and 
Cupcakes . . . TEX . . . Jr and Sr 
Proms . . . Times with J and D . . . 
OLE . . . Friends . . . Outta Gas with 
Scott... Jan 9th... YSP...JS — 
ILY. 




WILLIAM E. MORGAN: Bill 
6 Meadow Lane (B); Let's party . . . 
Concerts ... The Van .. . T.P.O.S. 
. . . Lynda . . . Made it, Ma . . . Have 
a good one! 



STEPHEN P. MORIN: Milty 

176 Britton St. (R); Football 1, 2. 
Thanks, M and Dad . . . Milt's boat 
. . . Many parties for a Sat. night. 



SUZANNE ELAIN MORIN: 

Suey 
42 Carmel Circle (B); Track 1. Ski 
Club 1,2. 3, 4. Pit Stops . . . Vt . . . 
Buddies . . . Emily . . . Good times 
. . . We luv ya . . . Fantacies . . . 
Maybe some day . . . Thanks, 
friends . . . Luv ya, Mom and Dad. 



JOHANNA MOYER: Jo 

180 Main St. (B); Mark 4/25/79 
. . . Junior Prom . . . Campus . . . 
PSTPGKB . . . Tatoo . . . Love, 
thanks. Mom and Dad. Bye, B-R. 



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KATHERINE MARIE MUIR: 

Goof 
7 Sandy Hill Rd. (R); Mark 5/23/ 
80 . . . Double Stuff . . . Bubbles . . . 
Love Stinks . . . Wild Horses . . . 
State House . . . Liz's accident . . . 
Special friends . . . Luv ya all. I love 
you. Mom and Dad. 



PETER W. MUIR: Moss 
173 Pleasant St. (B); Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4. Hoops . . . TYVM ... Bag and 
Mary . . . Paper Store ... Me and O 
. . . Cape . . . Summer "81 ... 
Thanks, O, Mr. Scarano, Mr. Clas., 
O's parents, M and D . . . Zav, Scott 
and W. — Why? . . . SMIABW. 



DEBBIE MULLEN: 

Mullen Way (B); Basketball Man- 
ager 1 , 2. Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4. Bike Club 
2, 3. National Honor Society 3, 4. 
Awesomitity . . . Friends at recry 
. . . Summer program 78/79 . . . 
Sylv., you must move your feet first. 
Earache . . . The best times are yet 
to come . . . Thanks M/D. 



MARY MULVIHILL: Mare 
103 Elizabeth Drive (R); TR4A — 
STTFD .. . Sum '79 . . . N-PS-IP 
... Rock Stars — LSTL...CA... 
12/26/-27/81 ... P's pond'^ $9.95 
. . . Queen — RT — Drums . . . 
Outta Gas, Lisa? . . . Europe bound 
w/Gil. 




DONALD W. MURPHY: Murph 
94 Titicut Rd (R); Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Ski Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. Where's Heatlips 
. . . Jay '81 ... Being followed . . . 
Thanks Bag . . . Rouges . . . Across 
His dashboard . . . No more kits . . . 
One away. 



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LORI ANN MURPHY: Murph 
Clover Drive (B); Ski Club 1,2,3, 4. 
5/5/78... Kym... Mint... Yaba 
. . . Shaws ... Jr. Summer . . . Crazy 
times . . . CJ7 . . . Adult Living 
Class . . . WR . . . Concerts . . . 
Radical . . . People are strange ... I 
luv ya. Ma and Dad. 




PAUL NARCISO 
74 Lakeview Dr. (R). 



MICHAEL JAMES NEEDHAM 

1329 Old Pleasant St. (B); Football 

1 , 2. Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1 , 

2. Soccer 3. 



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DAVID BRUCE NINESLING, 

Jr: Nines 
1 25 North St. (B); Track 2, 3. Cross 
Country 4. JTL's fishing trips . . . 
Honda 360T . . . Handi-dandi T. . . . 
Still need more horsepower . . . Pink 
Floyd . . . Yes . . . TNT . . . Good 
Luck, KN . . . Thanks M/D. 



GJON N. NIVICA: Yohan 
255 Pleasant St. (B); Football 1, 2, 
3, 4. Weight Lifting 1, 2. 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Council 4. REGIONAL 
SOUND 4. UNITAS 4. #6 — El- 
way . . . 500 . . . Daphne, Dolphins, 
and Denise . . . Soph in Scit . . . 
Cliffy . . . CC in Canada . . . TJK 
. . . Thanks Mom and Dad . . . 
Praise the Lord and Pass! 



PIERRE NORTHRUP ill: Peter 
915 Pleasant St. (B); Tennis 1, 2, 3. 
4. Ski Club 4. Good 01 Times of BR 
. . . Blacking out . . . OP Floatilla . . . 
Op Neck . . . OB Ohio . . . Swan was 
great . . . Yes, lads . . . College Days 
...DA...GOBS...LV...TB... 
BRU. 



SCOTT NORTHRUP: Sponge 
915 Pleasant St. (B); Wrestling 1. 
Photo Club 4. Good 01 Boys ... OB 
OHI ... JIMI ... Zep ... LAN- 
DREW ... CHICHAP. 




SUAN NUNES 
174 King St. (R). 



JAAKKO NYMAN 



KATHLEEN ODONNELL: 
Dolly 
410 High St. (B); Luv and thanks, 
M and D . . . Miss ya, Dad and u, 
Dave . . . Crzy Nts . . . Charlie's A's 
...Gd.frnz...RP 5/29/81 ...460 
. . . Bty Lou — 99 . . . FandO? . . . 
Kids . . . WRAF. 



DAVID S. OLSON: "O" 

526 Walnut St. (B); Baseball 1,2,3, 
4. Football 1, 4. Basketball 1. Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. I hate my honda . . . 
Cheese, please . . . 10-pin . . . Peeka- 
boo . . . Pigs on the beach . . . Candy 
. . . Crank's bag . . . Blud . . . Pete's 
nose . . . ILATSYO . . . Thanks, 
Mom and Dad. 



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BRIAN O'NEILL 

522 North St. (B); Soccer 1, 2, 3. 
Doors . . . Lou . . . Zip . . . Mugs . . . 
Ed . . . Laura, get out . . . Batmobile 
. . . Busted Halloween . . . Caps . . . 
Tull . . . Free at last. 



TODD JOSEPH ORENTAS 

23 Linden Lane (B); Track 3. Wres- 
tling 4. REGIONAL SOUND 2, 3, 
4. Photography Club 1 , 4. UN ITAS 
4. Thanks to friends, JL, LG . . . Mt. 
C and trips . . . Fish — oh my line! 
...'71 Comet... TJ200... JULY 
...KM...DJ...CP... Woah. 10 
... 1st period . . . TV . . . Stones . . . 
Who . . . AC/DC . . . Bye, B-R. 



JEROLYN CLAIRE OUIMET: KIMBERLY 

Ouim 
33 Sherwood Lane (R); Runnin. 
Hoops. Tennis, Capt. UN ITAS, Art 
Editor. PCC '79. Girls Team '81. 
Vegie . . . The Stang . . . Jumpin 
mailbox . . . House abuse . . . 
3Msktrs? ... Band D... PWJ ... 
Fla . . . Gratzi . . . Draw- 
. . Ak ... Family and 



Reality. . 
ing fits . 
friends . . 



ANN PAGNINI: 

Pag 
100 Gilmore St. (R); Poms 3, 4. 
IWALYP 11/14/80 ... Mand D. 
. . . #4 . . . OLF ... 7th Per. L-6th 
. . . Help me . . . Mono? ... Jr. Prom 

. . . Miss friends: MSRI CCWI 

and HJL and HG . . . Good times 
. . . Ma, we did it! . . . Thanks. 



peace! 




LORNA LEE PATTERSON 

445 King St. (R); Track, Prom 
Committee. DD 10/31/80 ... Re- 
gional Court Memories . . . Dever 
. . . H-Ween '81 ... GT's w.sBren 
... Lis ... Mich . . . Duane . . . 
Nanc, etc. R-A-H . . . Miss ya, Beth 
... Luv ya, Mom, Dad . . . BIGS 
and CG! 



SHARON LYNDA PEDDIE 
14 Beach St. (B); Poms 2, 3. Track 
3. Ski Club 3. Gymnastics 2. Good 
times with good friends . . . 8/21/81 
. . . Many concerts . . . Geils! . . . 
Summer '81 ... All nighter w/D 
and M . . . Pine . . . Cape ... All my 
Love, MTDCBN MMSPCM . . . 
EWIALYB! . . . Thanks, M and D. 




BETH A, PERRY 

77 Oak St. (B); Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, 
Capt. 4. Track 1, 2. Gymnastics 1. 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 
SHAWN, IPMLAAF ... '8' .,, 
USCA Champs ... #1 . . . Lu and 
Baby ... in Silva . . . Fish . . . Moby 
. . . X-mas "80 . . . H'ween w/Lorn 
... "10" and "78" (awesome) . . . 
Rally '81 ... So long, friends. I luv 
u. 



CHRISTINE MARIE PERRY: 

Peg 
739 Main St. (R); Cross Country 1 . 
Field Hockey 3 . . . Boots . . . Slip 
much? . . . FI, ITMT ... Bet ... 7/ 
9/81 .. .Thanks, Mand D. "8 1"... 
Good friends LMNJ LKSDH . . . 
Falmouth . . . Summer '81 ... FB- 
8-81 ... Rally... Friday. . . Beach 
parties. 



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ERIC PERRY 

44 Orchard St. (R). 



BARRY M. PIKE 

326 Center St. (R); Soccer 1,2,3, 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3. Baseball 1, 2, 4. 
Hayride 79 ... Wads ... The 
Snake . . . Locked out Xmas Eve . . . 
Taxi ... SBG ... FBT ... BS '81 
... 10-1 ...Oak Ridge... The Skid 
. . . Arrested? . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad. 



WILLIAM D. POH: Bill 
344 Titicut St. (B); Suspended 
again. It's been a long four years . . . 
I'm off to see the world . . . Jack and 
Jim. 



JOSEPH POIRIER 
28 Shaw Rd. (B). 




THOMAS POIRIER 
360 King Philip St. (R); Led Zep- 
plin . . . Summer of '81 ... Phan- 
eufs/Parker's Art Classes . . . Jour- 
ney Concert. 



JOHN L. POOLE: Jp 

61 Sunrise Dr. (B); Summer '81 ... 
Horseneck . . . Duster . . . Drive In 
. . . Laughs w/Tom, Pat ... Jr. 
Prom w/Shell . . . Kelley — WYA 
BMBF? . . . TPSLAC KCSUZI . . . 
Mom and Dad . . . Thanks, y'alll. 



DAVID W. POTTIER 

40 Quequechan Circle (R); Football 
1,3,4. Basketball 1,2, 3. Track 1,2, 
3, 4. REGIONAL SOUND 4. SBG 
. . . Football '8 1 1 0-0 and no place to 
go . . . Hit Man . . . With Lori . . . 
Giels . . . Line . . . Hayride . . . Salad 
. . . Thanks, M/D. 



JENNIFER P. PRATT 

601 King Phillip St. (R); Chorus 1, 
2, 3. World Affairs 3. Bike Club 3. 
NY Exchange . . . ILYM . . . Eng- 
land '81 ... Bereal . . . Lancia . . . 
Friends UKRCL . . . Thanks, Mom 
. . . Stuff . . . OLE . . . Always and 
Forever . . . Comfortably. 



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MICHAEL PRATT: Mike 
2 South St. (R); The Maibu ... 508 
... Rt 44 ... Plymouth . . . 
"Runaway . . . KPC ... The Week- 
end ... The Gang . . . Pike . . . 
Monica . . . SR and HS. . . . THH 
. . . Later. 



RICHARD PRATT 
396 South St. (B). 



STEPHEN PRISCO 

625 Conant St. (B); Baseball 2, 3, 4. 
Capt. 4. Football 4. Led Zep . . . Yes 
. . . CSNY . . . Thanks, Mr. Pearson 
. . . Miss yah, ZAV . . . Good times 
. . . Fence destroyer . . . Gordy ... J. 
. . . Good luck to all . . . Thanks, M 
and D . . . Deja-vu. 



LAURA MARIE PROHOVICH: 

Pro 
411 Pleasant St. (B); Ski Club 1,2, 
3, 4. Cheering 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 2. 
UNITAS 4. Bruce y? Wish u we're 
here ... SHMEG ... #11 ... But- 
terflies are free . . . SWEEN . . . Cal 
. . . Manna . . . Mase . . . Zav ... Jr. 
Prom . . . The Who . . . LedZep . . . 
Dol and Don. 



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SUSAN M. PROUTY; Sue 

427 Water St. (B); Carol's 7/29/78 
. . . Junior Prom . . . Good friends 
...TPCJ ... Memories.. . ILY M 
and D. 



ELIZABETH 



PRUSAITIS 



A. 

Lisa 
12 Atkinson Drive (B); Track 1, 2 
Gymnastics I, 2, Manager 3. Sk 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. National Honor So 
ciety 3, 4. Mass Girls' State '81 
2:45 AM . . . K'napped . . . Caps . . 
. S.M. orange . . . Woops 
... 12/29/ PM ... S.S 
. . Altar Rock . . . PG . . 
Kalamazoo . . . I'm there 
. Thanks (C and 



DTTW . 
... n/a! 
KITZO . 
UVM .. 



KATHLEEN ANN QUINN: 

Quince 
24 Macy St. (R); Tennis 1,2. UNI- 
TAS 4. Bo's Bunnies . . . FEA . . . 
When, Nance? . . . The Ax ... 
Bick's...NYE'80...SITMR... 
1 2/ 1 5/80 ... No proble . . . Friends 
. . . You lose, John . . . HiLi . . . AS 
. . . TP . . . Flips ... M and D. 



THOMAS RAYMOND 

134 West Elm St. (R). 



. . . GL-J and L. . . 
M) — M and M. 



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HOLLY ANN REED 
201 StonyBrook Rd. (R); All my 
friends . . . Fridays — period six . . . 
A J... Fight of '79... Fred... Bos- 
ton .. . Aug 1st 1982 .. . Macs . . . 
NJ . . . Thanks, Mrs. Smith. 



LISA REILLY: Essie 
478 Plymouth St. (B); Canada '81 
. . . The Wall . . . Cape Cod clay 
banks . . . Bobby, don't laugh . . . 
Ring . . . Nina ... 33 cents . . . SK 
. . . You should be on the team . , . 
MGMGL SSPLP . . . Thanks, Ma, 
Dad. 



MARIA INES CARVALHO 

(REIS): Reisy 
51 Hammond St. (B); 1976 EF . . . 
Summer '78 . . . Guy in blue trunks 
. . . Tour SMU with DF, LT, JR. 
Like JL IN D . . . Last Name ... I 
will become US citizen. 



KEVIN B. REORDAN: Bevan 
333 South St. (B); Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Wrestling 1. Montana . . . Driving 
. . . Southern Rock . . . Milos Boat 
. . . Sy . . . Ecole est fini . . . Rockets 
. . . VW Bus . . . Fireworks . . . GS 
. . . SN . . . Games . . . BPESB . . . 
BR. 




PATRICIA A. REPETTI: Patre 
337 Oak St, (B); Ron 1/81 ...6/81 
. . . PJ . . . Jeep . . . Zoid . . . RR . . . 
Richard . . . Parties . . . So, Rayn- 
ham . . . 8/79 . . . Concerts — many 
. . . JC . . . MP . . . Zigs . . . Cal . . . 
NY . . . Zav . . . Thanks, Ma and 
Dad. 



CHERYL ANN REVIL: Brown 

Eyes 
602 High St. (B); John L. 5/30/80 
. . . X-mas 80 . . . Diamond . . . CE 
... LM '72 ... HCLJ ... 9/8/81 

... C/d ... Forever/SI JP'81 

. . . DO . . . Supu . . . Cruisin . . . GR 
... AMK/J ... BAR ... S-F ... 
DW ... MS ... REG ... N/S ... 
ILY ... JBJ-M/D. 



LISA ANN REZENDES: Rezin 
484 Orchard St. (R); Poms 2, 3, 4, 
Capt. 3, 4. Ski Club 2, 3. Bob Nov. 
1, 1980 ... ILYB ... pits! ... To 
Michele, Lorna, Tina, Brenda, Dan, 
Mike, Duane, and Tony — thanks 
guys! G . . . BAF . . . EF . . . VETS 
... Jr. Prom ... I love you, Mom 
and Dad. 



MICHAEL RICHARD 

504 Pine St. (B). 



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CAROL ANN ROBAK 
344 High St. (B); Field Hockey 1 , 2, 

3, 4. Track 1, 3, 4. Ski Club 1,2,3, 

4. Student Council 4. Good times 
with buddies . . . Summers in Maine 
. . . Brant Rock . . . X-mas Party . . . 
Dances . . . Proms . . . Rally . . . 
Memories . . . Mustang . . . Bye . . . 
Thanks, M and D. 



JAVIER RODRIQUES: Javi 
243 Pine St. (B); Photography and 
Spanish Club. There is USA . . . 
Saturday's parties, yeh! . . . Bingo 
. . . Who is this Zomby? . . . Brooky 
. . . Ole! 



ALFRED R. ROSE: Port 
692 Forrest St. (B); Going mobile 
. . . BR . . . Concerts . . . Wild times 
with good people . . . Best to all . . . 
the Neighborhood . . . Kinks '81 ... 
Thanks Nan . . . NYoung . . . 
OKIGBNF ... ByBy, B-R. 



LISA MARIE ROSE 

4 Althea St. (R); Softball 2. Field 
Hockey 3. Summer of '8 1 . . . BOTS 
. . . Slip much . . . Forget It, I'll take 
my time . .. P-town 10/31/81 ... I 
need to know ... Be real . . . 
GF— CLDSJMS . . . Thanks Mom 
and Dad . . . Luv ya. 




RICK ALLEN ROSE: Pedro 
24 Atkinson Dr. (B); Good times . 
10th ... Bad Times ... BB . 
Foghat Trip . . . Broken Bones . 
Bandito . . . Let there be Rock! . 
Time to fly by. 



LISA ANN ROUNDS: Tom 
234 Plymouth St. Chucky 9/29/81 



. . . Summer of '81 . 
Free . . . Crazy . . 
Greyhound . . . Bob! 
nighter . . . Diane? 
Lot. 



. Friends . . . 
Boston! . . . 
. 18 ... AU- 
. Vicky . . . 



JEFFREY A. ROY 
241 Pond St. (B); JP . . . BSC . . . 
SAI . . . Band M J. Giels Con- 
certs . . . Down and Up . . . Dart . . . 
Uncle Milty's . . . Some day soon . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



LAWRENCE RUBADOU 

457 Center St. (R); Gymnastics 1. 
Stage Band 3, 4. Still ... '72 Monte- 
go. . . Movin' out . . . BSO with G W 
, . . Naps in Ts . . . RC Joke . . . 
Journey Concert . . . Boredome-oh, 
well . . . 2 cs extra. 



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DAVID SALE: Dave 
426 King St. (R); Soccer 1. Gym- 
nastics 1, 2, 3. Photography Club 1, 
2, 3, 4. Computer . . . Bucky . . . 
Thursday at DA's . . . Darkroom . . . 
Leaves . . . Textbook example . . . 
NFI ... Boys' State — '81. 



CHERYL SANTIANO 

370 South St. (B). 



THEODORE ALEX SAVIDIS: JOSEPH 

Teddy 
1 18 Union St. (B); Soccer 1. Track 
2. Wrestling 1. Kim . . . TransAm 
'81 ... Horseneck . . . Campus Ks 
. . . Pheasant Field . . . Stones . . . 
Trojans #3. Later, B-R. Thanks, 
Mom and Dad. 



SCARAMOZZINO: 

Scara 
90 Francine Rd. (R); Hockey 1,2,3, 
4. Glenys, smile! . . . With friends 
. . . Summer concerts ... Jr. Prom 
. . . Paint Cape Cod . . . We 3 . . . 
Weekends . . . Good morning . . . 
CSN and Y . . . Thank you. 




PATRICIA SCHLATZ: Patty 
25 Ball Avenue (B); Basketball 1. 
CC ... JD ... RC ... MR ... BB 

. . . May 5th, 1981 .. . Lost . . . Fr- 
period 5 . . . The good times . . . R'os 
X-mas party . . . March 25, 1 98 1 . . . 
Thanks to Mom and Dad. 



CHARLES L. SCHMIDT: Chuck 
38 Concetta Dr. (B); Rt. 18 . . . TF 
... Yes — Live . . . RUSH . . . 
Many good times . . . Out front in 
morning . . . Mess up sister . . . Good 
and bad times . . . Later, B-R. 



PHILLIP SCHNEIDER: Duke 

817 South St. (B); Football 1, 2, 3, 
4, Capt. 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Baseball 1, 2. Track 3. National 
Honor Society 3, 4. Kerri 10/19/81 
... 10 and and nowhere to go . . . 
FEBVAMC . . . EBIDEE . . . Street 
signs w/Maz and Grig . . . Me — 
more . . . Gene's shed . . . Thanks 
Mom and Dad and Bag. 



SHAWN SCHUM: Shummy 
513 North Main St. (R); Soccer 1, 
2, 3, 4, Capt. 4. Track 2, 3, 4. RE- 
GIONAL SOUND 4. Basketball 1 , 
2, 3, 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. 
"8" ... Beth 12/8/79 ... IP- 
MIAAF. . . 49-5-1 . . . Redrum . . . 
3 OCL Champ . . . Flume . . . RP . . . 
4-8-87 .. . RB — 80 and 81 . . . 
Wankers . . . Log Cabin . . . X-mas 
'80 . . . Pickin vegs. at Ben's house 
. . . Towel upstairs . . . How does he 
walk? . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



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GREGORY PAUL SCOTT: Greg 

417 No. Main St. (R); Led Zeppelin 
#1 . . . Honda 550 ... Lst accident 
. . . still chicken farming . . . Monte 
Carlo ... 10/28/81 ... biking all 
summer . . . and times to come. 



HEATHER MAE SEAQUIST: 
Bear 

32 Keith PI. (B); Rich Lewis 1/16/ 
81 . . . Thanks M and R — Luv ya 
. . . Luv ya, Lil one . . . Cruisin . . . 
Seger '80... CJCL 9/8/81 ...GR 
. . . CandD . . . Mom and Dad Lewis 
. . . Fields Park . . . SL . . . Nasty . . . 
RML ILY. 



LINDA J. SELLGREN 

289 High St. (B); Paul 11/29/80 
. . . Parties . . . Life's bug . . . Florida 
. . . Ski . . . Concerts . . . CARDS / 
LLKLLW . . . Beach days . . . Good 
times with good friends . . . Later! 



BARRY THOMAS SEMAS: 

Seam 
311 South St. (B); Baseball 1, 2, 4. 
Wrestling 1, 2. Sandy Memorial 
Day weekends . . . Bourne and 
Salmon Point summer of '81 ... J 
Giels Concert . . . Mustang Mach 1 
. . . Busting loose . . . No 1 . . . . ILS. 




BRENDA JEAN SERGIO: Bren 
1195 South St. (B); Junior Prom 
Court . . . Gossiping with Carol . . . 
Remember the pink Cadillac Mi- 
lan? . . . Lisa . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad, Lynne, Michael. 



PATRICIA SERGIO 

1825 Plymouth St. (B). 



MAUREEN SHAW 
298 Ramblewood Dr. (R). 



MARGARET R. SHEA: Peggy 
28 Mt. Prospect St. (B); Good 
friends and great times . . . Beetle, 
we did it! . . . LB, JK, ED, CW, LM, 
AF, RR . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . Vin 
. . . Mel . . . Dave . . . The early 
walk. 



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JUNE EILEEN SHERRY 

135 Birch St. (B); Gymnastics. 
World Affairs Club. REGIONAL 
SOUND. National Honor Society. 
Jumping Mailboxes . . . Image . . . 
9:15 ... 3 Musketeers . . . D and B 
... BO OPiE ... AK — One Way 
. . . Keith Place . . . JO . . . LG . . . 
NJ . . . CB . . . Like, get psyched . . . 
MandD ... ILY. 



CHRISTINE SILVA: Chris 
67 Pleasant St. (R(; Always remem- 
ber those special memories! . . . Bos- 
ton . . . Led Zepplin . . . Art in Mr. 
Phufs Room. Plymouth ... 10/10/ 
80 ... Wally ... Year of 81-82. 



DIANE SILVA 

308 South St. (R); Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
Math Team 2, 3, 4. National Honor 
Society 3, 4. UNITAS 4. Sylvie . . . 
C . . . MdeLC . . . Snowflakes . . . 
Fido . . . Nervous Breakdown . . . 
both! CEIODDOMM . . . Aweso- 
mitity! M. Move those feet . . . SRF 
. . . '/2 of 9 is 3 . . . Those lines . . . 
MGF ... GLMAS 



DONNA SILVA 

73 Carver Dr. (B). 




GREGORY SIME: Greg 
396 South St. (B); French and 
Spanish Club 2. Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 
Track 1, 3, 4- Summer of '81 ... 
Stuck in sand ... Hit the beach! . . . 
Pine St . . . Fire's . . . Many bills . . . 
Grand Prix 70 . . . 400 . . . 4baril. 



TAMI RAASHEL SIMMONS: 

Mathia 
180 Main St. (B); Bobby . . . Rush 
. . . Pits . . . Thanks Paula . . . WR 
. . . Good friends . . . TX . . . Many 
good times . . . Heart ... Pat ... 
EandK ... NY 79-80 . . . Sams . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . Cosmic 
. . . Later, BR. 



JEFFREY DAVID SMITH: 

Smitty 
176 Forest St. (R); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4. Football 2. Golf 1, 3. Good times 
. . . The best times are on the way. 



KEVIN MICHAEL SMITH: D^ 

4 East St. (B); Photography 2, 3, 
French Club 2, 3, 4. Drama 4. V 
all! ... TV Prod. . . . Troll . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . French 
and 4 . . . Soup . . . Rachel ... La 
rel.. .Chem/Phys. . .Deb.. .S. 
is best . . . Gummy Bears. 



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MICHELE SMITH: Mich 
730 Locust St. (R); I WALY Jeff 
4/25/81 . . . Junior Prom . . . Beau- 
tiful ... BCs Fish ... Miss ya, KW, 
TS, SP, DD, KP, JC, FH, JP, PS . . . 
Love ya, Mom and Dad . . . Bye . . . 
6/27/83. 



PAMELA SMITH: Pam 
78 Robinson Drive (R); Paul 8/9/ 
81 ... Hey Kellatt ... 63CC ... 
Little orange container . . . Shaw's 
X-mas Party . . . 12/27/81 J, Giels 
.. . Seger . . . Billy 8/1/81 ... ET 
. . . KB . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad 
... Bye. BR. 



TODD SMITH: Smitty Bear 
1220 Pleasant St. (R); Drama 3, 4. 
Chorus 4. Football 1. OLE ... By, 
Gang. 



CHRISTOPHER PAUL SNOW: 

Snowflake 
272 Center St. (B); Remember Zav 
. . . Ricky . . . Lemmon 714 ... Rt. 
18 . . . The boys . . . Kingswood . . . 
The Cellar . . . Concert Time . . . 
Good friends . . . Good times. 





JOHN B. SOARES: Soarsy 
171 Burrill Ave. (B); Soccer 1,2,3, 
4. Fesent Feld . . . DT . . . Maine '80 
. . . NJ '79 . . . Midnite soccer . . . 
Giels '80 . . . MMS . , . THNKRLY 
80 . . . SLS . . . CLSE. 



KIMBERLYANNESOLOMON: 

Kim 
7SullyRd.(R);SkiClub3,4. UNI- 
TAS 4. Basketball 1,4. Track 1. 2, 
3, 4. SD and elf w/Con . . . Bos, — J 
. . . Diet p's? . . . GTWMF ... The 
Bet! ... 4/1/79 IMYC! ... 
SWITW. ..J...CLD...Mycru- 
chos . . . B-Bop ... Dec '81 . . . 
Gcils! ... 869GIR . . . Thanks M 
and D and J . . . Mrs. P and friends. 



DANIEL A. SOTERA 

214 Spruce St. (B); Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4. Soccer 1, 2. Lynn 11/28/81 . . . 
SR 5 . . . CAPS . . . Fri nights . . . 
Starsky and Hutch . . . Chow Time! 
. . . Bob, Mike, and Maz — no way 
. . . W. Bridge. P. . . . Seger . . . Nice 
signs, Grig . . . ILYLH. 



DENISE SOUCY: Souc 
484 Main St. (B); Softball 1,2,3,4. 
Mary-Fa . . . Friday night Ps . . . 
Hamburgers? . . . Mud on wind- 
shield . . . Good luck to all my 
friends . . . M and M . . . Thanks . . . 
MDCB . . . Jr . . . Sook! 



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MARCIA SPAULDING 

24 Wilbur St. (R); Bobby and Ker- 
rin ... North Raynham . . . Skip 
Days Rowdy ... All the good . . . 
Springfield trip . . . Skynyrd For- 
ever . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. 



SUZANNE SPLAINE: Zetta 
21 AldenSq.(B); Billy 6/14/80... 
Summer of 80 . . . Great times with 
Karen, Kerle . . . Thanks Karen M 
... ILYB ... EW ... RG ... 
RUSH ... Unicorns ... New 
Hampshire '81 ... Thanks, M and 



JOHN SPRAGUE 

38 Covington St. (B). 



DEBORAH L. STANTON: 
Debbie 
67 Laurel Drive (B); Chorus 2, 3, 4 
Drama Club l', 2, 3, 4. Band 1. Ju- 
nior Miss. REGIONAL SOUND 
UNITAS 4. Musicals. NY Ex- 
change . . . PCC . . . Cast Party . . 
Dance . . . Boston w/JDC . . . WJW 
. . . Kim . . . Greg . . . Jamie . . 
Proms . . . Jurgen . . . Free at last 
. . . Luv to all my friends and M and 
D. 




CYNTHIA L. STEBBINS: Cin 

1 34 Wall St. (B); Field Hockey 1 , 2, 
3, 4, Co-Capt. 4. Track 1, 2, Ski 
Club 3. Dale 10/24/80 . . . IWALY 
. . . Summers in Maine . . . Van Ha- 
len . . . Not yet . . . Promise . . . The 
C . . . NH . . . Many good times . . . 
Proms . . . x-mas . . . New Year's . . . 
Pemfo . . . The Van . . . Thanks, M 
and D. 



DUANE ALAN STRIGGLES: 

Striggs 
343 Pine St. (B); Soccer 1, 2. Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 4. 
Student Government 3, 4. Tina . . . 
The Pinto has a future . . . What's 
up. Momma . . . Gotshalk's . . . The 
Police car . . . '76 Suburu . . . Pine St 
. . . Hills . . . The big white bird . . . 
11/20/81. 



SHERRI SVEDINE 
154 Hall St. (R); Artie 11/81 ... 
ILY . . . PJ . . . Donna . . . Charger 
. . . Thanks, Mom and Dad and Ar- 
tie .. . The K. Kid. 



MICHAEL SWEENEY 
350 South St. (B). 



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CATHERINE SWEETMAN: Cas 
392 High St. (B); Charlie 143 .. . 
APPS ... SMR 81 ... Charlie's 
Angels . . . Tanx, M and D . . . Big 
Kids ... Delay . . . GR . . . 430 . . . 
Great frenz . . . CDRKDL . . . FO 
and D . . . F and O? . . . Lounge 1 
and? . . .TD . . . The Nip . . .State 
House. 



MICHELE SYPHER; Syph 
62 Gem Circle (R); Cheerleading 1 , 
2, 3, 4, Capt. 2. USCA '80. Ski Club 
1.2, 3,4. Jon 7/19/80 ... My best 
times . . . ILY . . . Jr. Prom Queen 
. . . Miss Regional C t . . . Fish . . . 
Summer of "80 . . . Have a future . . . 
We love you . . . Thanks, M and D. 
Jon and friends. 



STEPHANIE TAHAIR: Step 
82 Hail St. (R); Soccer 1. Basket- 
ball 1 . Track 1 , 2. Tennis 3, 4. Celt- 
ics .. . Bjorn . . . Bruce . . . Kid . . . 
Bird . . . Bum knee . . . S and P's . . . 
b/day at Wym's . . . Beware the m 
. . . Harrington's handouts . . . Kaay 
. . . Miss my Mom and Dad . . . 
Thanks, Beans. 



DIANE LYNN TANSEY: Jerry 
306 North St. (B); Free . . . Grey- 
hound . . . Cappy's with Monica . . . 
Friends . . . Crazy . . . Aii-nighters 
. . . The Doors . . . Bob . . . Reggie's 
window . . . Nantucket with Sis . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 




SUSAN MARIE THERRIEN JEAN CAROL THOMAS: Jeanne 



1165 South St. (B); REGIONAL 
SOUND 3, 4. UNITAS 4. Bjorn, 
Neca . . . Jeannetle menage . . . 
Mood scene . . . DP . . . Wicked evil 
. . . Slams . . . Blackboard apathy 
cells . . . Jim ... In space no one 
hears you Clash. 



201 Orchard St. (R); Band 1,2,3,4. 
REGIONAL SOUND 3, 4. Girls' 
State '8 1 . Jacquese and Philippe . . . 
puits . . . Maigret . . . '/2 of 9 is 3? . . . 
College men . . . Nicknames . . . 
Moyen madness . . . PS, penguins, 
and Peace. 



MARK D. TILTON 

78 Wilbur St. (R); It's been a long 
four years at B-R. I couldn't have 
done it without my friends . . . RW 
. . . LC . . . LM and PS . . . BW . . . 
KB . . . BB . . . and my best friend, 
Johanna. 



MICHAEL VINCENT TONRY: 
Tonz 

132 Carl Rd. (R); Track 1, 2, 3,4. 
Basketball 1. Hockey 4. Pleasant 
Field . . . Mantis . . . Cookies . . . 
Koogle. . .Ditch. . .Goofball31 . . . 
SA, AL, thumbs up! Bruins . . . Cut 
again? ... IWALYA 82 ... 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



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ALANA TORRES 
5 Edward R. (R); Leo 8/10/81 ... 
IWALY . . . Lisa . . . O. Juice! . , . 
Thanks for being there . . . Little 
Annie . . . Dever . . . How's Jessie? 
. . . Headshed . . . Ains . . . Mikie . . . 
Thanks M and D. 



LUCIA C. TORRES: Lucy 

25 Stetson St. (B); Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Summer of '81 ... Good times and 
friends . . . Superskater . . . Brks — 
Nanc P's ... Bye, B-R. Thanks, 
Mom and Dad. 



MARY ANN SHEILA VACHER 
402 High St. (B); Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Student Conductor 4. Pit Band 1, 2, 
3, 4. Chorus 3, 4. Stage Band 2, 3. 
District 1, 2, 3, 4. SEMSBA 1,2 4. 
Allstate 2, 3, 4. All Eastern 3. 
GBYSO 3, 4. Just tape it! Rome . . . 
London . . . That classical? . . . The 
symphony . . . Mum, Dad, and F, 
thanks. 



BRENDA LYNN VANGEISEN: 
Bren 

15 Miller Terrace (R); Cheerlead- 
ing 2, 3, 4. Ski Club 4. Marvy . . . 
Many good times and friends . . . 
We luv you, Batman . . . Journey . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . Bye, 
Now! 





FRANK C. VERHOORN III: 

Knarf 
River St. (R); Band 1 , 2, 3, 4. Soccer 
1. Stage Band 2, 3, 4. Wind Ensem- 
ble 3, 4. Math Team 2, 3, 4. District 
3, 4. SEMSBA 2, 3, 4. National 
Honor Society 3, 4. Animal . . . 
lABRKADS ... The time is now 
... 12:32:06 ... Floyd! ... Ouch! 
. . . Food! . . . Crazy . . . And I don't 
even have a little dog Tojo . . . 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



LAURA WALLACE: Gypsy 
1 1 30 Pleasant St. (B); Student Gov- 
ernment Day 3. Gone but not for- 
gotten . . . IMYB . . . Parties with 
LM, BZ, , JD, MS, MH . . . Later, 
much! 



EILEEN THERESA WELBY: 

Welby 
63 High St. (B); HLAWI . . . See I 
do have my wisdom? . . . Ridge 4 
AM . . . Thanks, Robin . . . Good 
Luck cuz . . . Poly . . . Seger . . . 
Geils . . . 79/80 . . . Don J . . . Bravo 
Othello . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad 
. . . Later. 



MILAN M. WHITAKER: Lou 
55 Short St. (B); Wrestling 1, 2, 3 
Monte — 80 ... KB — 8 1 .. . Rasp- 
berry . . . BURT ... 73 Chevy . 
BB-CAR . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad ... CL ... Finally ... 10-20. 



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RICHARD WHITE 

221 South St. (B); Bronco . . . Four- 
wheeling . . . Dolphins . . . Beatles 
. . . Styx . . . Queen . . . Gibson . . . 
Fender. 



LORI ANN WHITMAN 
264 Summer St. (B); Alan 79-? . . . 
PDG ... 2 Un-cooperative fe- 
males?! . . . B and C . . . Memories 
. . . Seger . . . Oct. 26 . . . BW . . . 
Duxbury . . . Dots . . . Thanks, Mom 
and Dad. 



GEORGE WHITTAKER 

550 Pleasant St. (B). 



TRACEY WHITTEMORE: 

cey 
249 Laurel St. (B); Softball 1, 2, 3, 
4. Basketball 1, 2. Cross Country 2, 
3. Boys' Soccer Mgr. 4 . . . Hampton 
Beach . . . Summer 
balls over the fence . 
Fribble . . . JJ's Bet 
man . . . Love to friends 
M and D. 



Spa- 



Soccer 
Strawberry 
. The older 
Thanks, 




SCOTT WHITTIER 

50 Crescent Drive (B); Chorus 1 , 2, 
3, 4. Band Announcer 3, 4. Musicals 
2, 3, 4. 



KIM WILCOX 

145 Elm St. (B); Soccer 3, 4. Hey, 
men, what's up? Good times . . . LM 
and ED and other friends . . . Hood 
ornament . . . MW . . , Well, that's 
life . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad. 



KIM MARIE WILLIAMS: Kim 

27 Dartmouth Rd. (B); Basketball 
1, 2. UNITAS 4. Ski Club 4. Eddie 
8/19/81 ... NH ... Hubby ... 
Forever in blue jeans . . . ILYE . . . 
Nikes . . . Cookie ... RS ... 
Thanks, Mom and Dad. 



LYNNE A. WILLIAMS: Little 

Willie 
1 392 Old Pleasant St. (B); Summer 
'79... John 3/21/81 ... The Gen- 
eral Lee is loose . . . Hey, Kay, at 
least I did it! . . . Thanks, Mom and 
Dad . . , Later, B-R. 



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SCOTT DAVIDSON WIRTA: 

Wirt 
98 Green St. (B); Football 1. Cross 
Country 2, 4. Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Cheerleading 
4. KRIS . . . Luv ya . . . LES . . . 
Growing up w/W . . . Grape BBB 
Shirt . . . BAG . . . BUT — Matt's 
place . . . Thanks, Mud and Dad. 



FAITH MARIE WOLSKl 

588 Forest St. (B); Soccer t, 2, 3. 
Track 2, 4. Basketball 1. UNITAS 
4, Tres. Re-united . . . April, LYN 
. . . Little Midge . . . Maine . . . X- 
mas parties . . . Rally '81 . . . F and 
R. . .NJ.. .Camp '80. . .Cape. . . 
Friday 1 3 . . . Ms ya S and B . . . I 
owe the rest of my life to you, M and 
D and F. 



ROBERT WRIGHT 

57 Alden Sq. (B). 



BARRY SCOTT WYMAN: Barry 
95 Plain St. (B); Cross Country 2, 3, 
4, Co-Capt. 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Class President 
1. Treasurer 2, 4. WAC 4. Photo 
Club 3. Switchin girls w/Matt . . . 
LC . . . Down the Cape w/the boys 
. . . Bag . . . Celtic games . . . First 
time w/M and P at EC. Thanks, 
family. 




PETER JOHN WYMAN: Wym 

114 Plain St. (B); Football 3, 4. 
Wrestling, Co-Capt 1, 2, 3, 4. Base- 
ball 1, 2, 4. Football and Wrestling 
champs #1 ... 10-0 ... Sectional 
Champ . . . Times w/Cliff . . . DD 
w/Zeo . . . Bag's . . , HYWABSTM 
— Heather 9/29/81 . . . ILY, Mom 
and Dad. 



NANCY YELLE: Nunny 
1821 South St. (B); Kevin Aug 17, 
1979 ... June 1982 ... CLD ... 
Old Ladies . . . The Bet . . . LM . . . 
RA . . . CCP7-7 . . . RA's Door . . . 
Myles Standish . . . Close but no ci- 
gar .. . Hi, Eva . . . Thanks, DWID. 



DEBRA JOANNE ZION: Debbie 
106 Spring Hill Ave. (B); Ski Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. Hey, rat . . . period 4 w/ 

DI PB...SS... GAG 9/31 ... 

Stones! . . . Franklin Sport . . . 
Marshfield '81 ... Thanks, Mom 
and Dad and Tracy. 



NEAL ROBERT ZONFRELLI: 

Zeo 
572 Main St. (B); Football Capt 1, 
2, 3, 4. Wrestling Capt 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Baseball 1,2, Track 3, 4. Chris 10/ 
12/80 — YWABIMM. . . lO-Oand 
no bowl . . . Sectional Champs and 
Outstanding Wrestler — 4th NE 
. . . Football you bet . . . IWALYC 
. . . DD . . . Bag's . . . MOM, DAD, 
YAVS. 



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We leave B-R with more answers to 
the question: "What does B-R mean 
to you?" 

From Miss Burton — "It has, fortu- 
nately, more elements of tragedy than 
comedy. 1 say that while B-R is no 
COMEDY OF ERRORS, it is at 
times possible to make Much ADO 
ABOUT NOTHING. For the most 
part, however, B-R is pretty much AS 
YOU LIKE IT. Because of this, B-R 
is like A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S 
DREAM where all is WHAT YOU 
WILL. Yet, whatever happens, one 
always knows ALL'S WELL THAT 
ENDS WELL." From a cold senior 
in January "A place to keep warm!" 

From Dr. Coyle — "Ends are often 
beginnings and thus the departure of 
the seniors gives rise to ambivalent 
feelings. There is sadness — the swift 
passage of time, friends going sepa- 
rate ways, leaving carefree days and a 
familiar place behind. But, there is 
also joy and hope — the task has been 
completed, the shining roads beckon 
to a new generation which takes the 
world in hand. The bitter-sweet circle 
remains unbroken." From Lisa Re- 
zendes — "Great people and great 
times." 

From Mr. Casabian — "Each of us 
has a chance in life to pursue excel- 
lence or mediocrity. It is our most no- 
ble decision. It is the one thing that 
will most notably mark the quality of 
our lives." 




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From Mrs. Fisher — "Be happy with 
yourself and always strive for excel- 
lence in whatever you do." From Lor- 
na Patterson — "Great memories and 
a great time." 

From Mr. Flangheddy — "To my 
mind, heeding advice is sometimes 
irksome; but giving advice is always 
difficult. Therefore, with reluctance, 
and at the risk of sounding sanctimo- 
nious, I shall share with you a quota- 
tion which has counseled me since I 
was an eleventh grader. A fragment 
of Polonius' fatherly advice to his son 
Laertes in Act I. scene III of Shake- 
speare's HAMLET, these three lines 
have sustained me through troubles, 
disappointments, and doubts: This 
above all: to thine own self be true. 
And it must follow, as the night the 
day. Thou canst not then be false to 
any man.' " From Mr. Moscardelli — 
"You must realize it's your attitude 
not your aptitude that will determine 
your altitude." 

It seemed that teachers couldn't resist 
the temptation to offer advice even 
when asked a question about some- 
thing else! Students, however, were 
more on target. 

To Tom Brennan — "B-R is nowhere 
land for a nowhere man." 
To Martha MacDonald — "B-R is 
sleeping in Mr. Harrington's class." 
To Mike Bumpus — "B-R is . . . (Just 
hold it off. I'll think of something.)" 
From Mr. Harrington — "To live is 
to make our world with ourself — and 
then to avoid self-destructing." 
To Scott Berry — "B-R means stolen 
rainbow crayons." 

From Brenda Lopes — "Camping out 
in Physics." 

To Jill Colford — "B-R means extra- 
curricular activities." 




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SHY 



Shy and hiding 
for life to pass by 
TeUing yourself 
Not to cry 

Isolated in your room 
heavy hatred all afternoon 
Scared of saying 
what you think 
Making your life 
lose a link 

Link of life 

Struggle of strife 
Determine to yell 
For hatred of Hell 
And ever striving to rebel 

Rebel the shell that you 
have entered 

For the fear you've faced 
Is never contented 

Open the shell and 
you will see 
The shy timid girl 
Is actually me. 

By Kelly McCarthy 



THE 
NIGHTIME 

Warm but lonely 
alone. 

forever fearing 
that the cold 
might envelope me 
the shivering cold 
that brings me back 
to the nightmares 
and wakes me up 
frightened 
and all alone 
with nothing 
and no one 
to hold on to 

I'm too old for a teddy bear 
but still I'm too young. 
By Kelly Hambly 




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Exeunt — All. 



ITS OUR 
CHOICE 

There are so many things 
on this oversized star 
for a person to do 
without travelling far 
But the world is so large 
and there's so many lands 
we all have to change 
so we'll all have a chance 
A chance at a life 
that's not sitting at home 
Knitting a sock 
or fixing a phone 
we all have our stardom 
our live and love friends 
we take to our boredom 
as an out of style dance 
but life is too quick 
with so little time 
to do what you wish 
and to make a small dime. 
By Kelly Hambly 



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Patrons 


Kathleen M. Berry 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berry 


Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bresciani 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blakeley 


Carol Burton 


Mr. and Mrs. James Callahan 


Mr. and Mrs. James P. Campbell 


Dr. and Mrs. George S. Capernaros 


Mr. and Mrs. David A. Canepa 


Edward and Joan Casabian 


The Craffey Family 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Chicoine 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross 


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Childs 


Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cunniff 


Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cross 


Mr. and Mrs. Don DeLutis 


Donald and David DeLutis 


Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Dorr 


George Demers 


Mr. Robert A. Faria 


Mr. and Mrs. William Dowd 


Mr. and Mrs. William Ferioli 


Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ellis 


Mr. and Mrs. Fisher 


Cheryl Farrigton 


Mr. and Mrs. James Flynn 


Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Francis 


The Folloni Team 


Arthur and Eleanor Flynn 


William and Luanne Gilbert 


Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Francis 


Patricia Gotovich 


Shoshanah and Alfred Garshick and Family 


Mr. and Mrs. James J. Harrington 


Anne J. Horr 


Paula and Kelli Jackson 


Mr. and Mrs. Larry Howard 


Jeff, Shelley, Barry, and Dog 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jaskola 


Paula and Kelli Jackson 


Mrs. Jacqueline Jewkes 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs. Alan Knight 


Mr. and Mrs. Roland Locke 


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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis 


Rita R. Manganaro 


Mr. and Mrs. James MacDonald, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Mavor 


Diane H. McGuire 


Mr. and Mrs. David Morwick 


Dr. and Mrs. Walter Morin 


Mr. Gene Munson 


Mr. and Mrs. John Muir 


B.A. Murray 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murphy 


David and Jean Novotny 


Arthur A. Pailli 


Ron Ortelt's Motorcycles 


Mr. and Mrs. John B. Parker 


John Pearson 


Robert and Susan Peluso 


Mr. and Mrs. J. Ronald Pike 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perrault 


Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ryan 


Jalane and James Phaneuf 


Margaret Scaramozzino 


Barbara Prusaitis 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schneider 


Mr. and Mrs. David Reilly 


Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Shaw 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rezendes, Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheehan 


Joseph and Janice Rezendes 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silva 


Donald and Joanne Rose 


Mr. and Mrs. John Silva 


Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saccocia 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stearns 


William Sale 


Andrew and Ilona Stith 


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Swartz 


Mr. and Mrs. Aime Vacher 


Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sypher 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Vespa 


Mrs. June Travers 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wirta 


Mr. and Mrs. James Van Giesen 


Mr. and Mrs. Warner Whittemore 


Jim Aime Williams 


Mrs. Virginia Wittaker 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wyman 




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Route 138 
Raynham, MA 02767 



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(617) 822-4711 




HAIRSTYLING WW 



73 Broad Street, Bridgewater, Mass. 



Philip A. Flowers 

B.S., B.A., M.Ed., Ph.D 

Psychologist 

Drug & Alcohol Counseling 

Marriage Counseling 

School Related Testing 

Family Counseling 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Mass. License #1758 

Mass. D.M.H. #69 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield Provider 





CAROL DAIKER'S FLOWERS, INC. 

63 MAIN Street 
Bridgewater. MA 02324 



CAROL WALKER 



Bus. (617) 697-»4«9 



College Town Cleaners 

1 DAY SERVICE DRY CLEANING 

BRIDGEWATER BROCKTON 

278 BROAD ST. 223 BELMONT ST. 

697-4632 584-2639 

MATTHEW STRIGGLES, PROPRIETOR 




697-1000 

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BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 02324 



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Complete Printing Service Available 



Dorr's Stationery Store 

OFFICE a SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



TELEPHONE 697-2433 
43 CENTRAL SQ. (REAR) 
BRIDGEWATER. MA 02324 



PAT'S FLOWER 
PATCH 

691 Broadway 
Raynham, Mass. 



JOHN D. CAMPBELL 
PRESIDENT 



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CHOLERTON INSURANCE 

AGENCY, INC. 

1 6 Central Square 
Bridgewater, MA 



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Best Wishes 

to 

Graduates 

from 



LOPES 



BUS LINES, INC 



Charter Service 

Public and Private 

School Bus Transportation 

35 North Main St. — Raynhann Center, Mass. 



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(617) 697-9539 
(617) 697-9198 

SUPERIOR 
AUTOMOTIVE 
SPECIALISTS 
INC. 



Complete Automotive Repair & Electronic 
Alignments 

Thomas K. Moore 567 Main St. 

President Bridgewater, MA 02324 




BUS 6972518 
ANS SRV 583 3436 




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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL CONTRACTING 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATION EQUIPMENT 

AREA LIGHTING LIFTS • COMPRESSORS 

OIL & GREASE EQUIPMENT 

DAVID A BEVIS 1 190 HIGH STREET 

President BRIDGEWATER, MASS 02324 



BRIDGEWATER 
DRIVING SCHOOL 



Service to your door 

Automatic, standard, and 

Dual control vehicles 

697-6046 



Compliments of 



LARRY'S RESTAURANT 



39 Broad Street 
Bridgewater 



Compliments of 

KING'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

Broad Street 
Bridgewater, Ma. 02324 




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Plumbing and Heating 



Residential — Commercial 



392 High Street, 
Bridgewater, Ma 02324 



Masters Lie. 9118 
617-697-7688 



Good Luck 



Buick/Pontiac 

MISKINIS 



1000 Main St 
Bridgewater 
Massachusetts 02324 



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So Does Photo Equipment 

At 

Bridgewater Camera 

697-2229 
Jack Cummings 



Lorenzo's 
Italian Restaurants 

RT 28 Middleboro 
Famous for Italian Foods 

for 31 years. 
Try it — You'll Like It 



Something 
Special 

with the quality, the labels, the fashion & the 
selection you want. 

2 Great Locations 

52 Main Street — Taunton, Mass. 

South Main Place. South Main St. 

Fall River, Mass. 



STARR'S MARKET 

460 Pleasant St. 
Bridgewater, Ma. 02324 

Good Luck Class of '82 



Jim 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of '82 

MOSKOFF'S 
SUPERMARKET 

Bedford St. 
Middleboro, Ma. 



Kevin 




947-4700 

KELLY S TIRE MART 

and 

MUFFLER CENTER 



Custom Pipe Bending 
539 Centre St. Middleboro, MA. 02346 



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FILLED WITH A BIT OF HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. 





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And-Bar Non-Ferrous 

Co., Inc. 



Non-Ferrous Founders 



John Barros 

Tel. (617) 822-0100 



9 Second St. 
Taunton, Mass. 02780 



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SUPERIOR BODY AND FRAME SHOP 

OPEN 7:00 TO 4:30 TOWING 

• WRECK WORK DIAL 824-6O50 

• FRAME REPAIRING 

• WHEEL ALIGNiMCNT 
• FRONT END WORK 

• WHEEL BALANCINGS 



ROUTE 44 RAYNHAM. MASS. 02767 

LEO SOREL PROP. 



TEL. 617 - 697-8868 



Jjapper JJan s 3rLc. 

Quality Clothing for Dads and Lads 



DAVID E. WASHBURN 



CAMPUS PLAZA 
BRIDGEWATER, MA. 02324 



ANDERSON TOYOTA CENTER 

1094 ROUTE 44 
RAYNHAM, MASS. 02767 
SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 

JOSEPHINE B. ALMEIDA 

BUSINESS AAANAGER 



OFFICE: 823-4544 



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Route 44 
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Tel. 822-6948 



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SORIES 

Jack Pillsbury 
Manager 



Bristol County Savings Bank 



35 Broadway 



Taunton 




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Jeannine's Boutique 
688 Orchard St. 
Raynham, Mass. 



Best Wishes to the Class of '82 



JEANNINE'S BOUTIQUE 



and 



THE GIFT BOUTIQUE 






The Gift Boutique 

688 Rear Orchard St. 

Raynham, Mass. 




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Route 138 
524 Broadway 
Raynham, Mass. 



Route 118 
Swansea Mall 
Swansea, Mass. 







BRIDGEWATER 
CREDIT UNION 



72 Main Street 
Bridgewater, Mass. 



Our Compliments 
to the Class of '82 



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LUCINI MOTOR 
SALES 



Sales 




Service 



So. Main St. 

West Bridgewater 

Tel. 583-5500 



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436 South Main St. 

Route 28 (Bridgewater Line) 

West Bridgewater, Mass 02379 

(617) 580-2810 



Congratulations, 
Class of '82 



SLEEPY HOLLOW 

SHOPPES 



SLEEP 



1585 New State Highway 
Raynham, Mass. 02767 






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Raynham, Rte 104 

822-1451 




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— Complete line of new cars 

— Top quality used cars 

— Body shop "second to none' 

— Factory authorized service 

— 24 hr. towing (822-2205) 



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Class of '82 


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Pres. 


Matthew J. Grigas 


Vice-Pres. 


Rose Marie McCampbell 


Treas. 



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Freeman I. Davison. Jr. 

Insurance 

19 summer street 
(617) -697-6986 bridgewater, mass. 02324 


DridgewQter Savings 


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OfUCF. HOURS 

Mon Tues Wed Fm 9 3. Thuf 9 6 
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Congratulations, Class of '82 

BRIDGEWATER CARPET 
and FLOORING 

98 Broad St. 
Bridgewater, Mass 02324 


ir^J^^ STUDIO OF 

\^ PHOTOGRAPHY 


• Portraiture 

• Bridal Photography 

• Commercial 

• Publicity 

• Passports 

• Copies and 
Restorations 


MARK AND DONNA O'CONNELL 

398 South Main St. (Route 104) 
Raynham, Ma. 02767 
Tekphone 617-82M557 


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(617) 697-8612 

QUALITY SYSTEMS 

office supplies 
office machines 

33 Main St. 
Bridgewater, Mass 


Congratulations, Class of '82 
. . . Bill Wright 

ELECTROLUX SALES AND 
SERVICE 

Phone 697-2494 



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A Low-Cost Life Insurance Plan 
Especially Recommended for Students. 



What Is The Plan? 

This plan is designed to provide insurance protection at very 
low cost during your school years and the years after when you are 
t)econiing established in your vocation. The five year term policy 
provides life insurance protection for periods of five years and is 
automatically renewed every five years to age 70 regardless of your 
health. You may elect to convert to a cash value plan at any time 
up to age 65 without evidence of insurability Cash value insurance 
would include such plans as STRAIGHT LIFE, 20 PAYMENT 
LIFE, LIFE PAID UP AT AGE 65, etc. This plan provides you 
with low-cost life insurance protection now and the flexibility of 
being able to convert to a permanent form of life insurance at a 
later date. Best of all, you will be starting a life insurance program 
with Savings Bank Life Insurance, known for its low cost 
and excellence. 

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